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  • noun Plural form of ecologist.

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Examples

  • Now is the time for the so called ecologists to prove themselves and eat our fish and help clean up the environment.

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  • In my sect, the faith revolves around the constancy of climate change, the lack of anthropogenic influence, and that the ecologists are the work of the great eco-satan that has come to wreak chaos on our economies and our lives.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news business sport the Daily Telegraph newspaper Sunday Telegraph

  • Victorian reformers understood this, modern "ecologists" don't.

    What a Fortnightly Load of Rubbish

  • I wonder if some of the lefties "ecologists" that visited the hato are aware that Piñero is marked for "intervention" by the Cojedes governor, avenger of real or imaginary offenses.

    01/09/2005 - 01/16/2005

  • It involves academic experts, such as ecologists, agriculturalists, geologists and economists, helping local communities plan for the economic development of their community lands and inaugurating a plan of resistance to outside exploiters.

    Countercurrents.org

  • It needs to be recognized that there exist a minority of "ecologically active" people (not normally well-trained enough to be called "ecologists") who will not be satisfied until humanity is back living as hunter-gatherer cave-dwellers, [preferably] without fire.

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  • These "ecologists" throwing condoms to disrupt mass = losers

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  • THEY had to deal one on one with this disaster caused by 'ecologists'.

    Examiner California Headlines

  • The Times has picked up on the fact that Dubai isn't quite the unspoilt virgin eco-Eden that Nakheel's vast hordes of paid "ecologists" and assorted "environmental scientists" like to promote:

    Secret Dubai diary

  • It needs to be recognized that there exist a minority of "ecologically active" people (not normally well-trained enough to be called "ecologists") who will not be satisfied until humanity is back living as hunter-gatherer cave-dwellers, preferrably without fire.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

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