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  • n. Plural form of experimenter.


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  • Windows provided natural light to laboratories and office spaces from all sides while thick roller blinds protected experiments and experimenters from the unpleasantly hot summer sun.

    Trafficking Materials and Gendered Experimental Practices: Radium Research in Early 20th Century Vienna

  • Moreover, each of the three experimenters would be required to score all eighteen readings to determine if unique information would be obtained when the experimenters were the secret sitters.

    The Sacred Promise

  • To ensure that no one else could accidentally figure out the target during an experimental session, the only form of communication allowed between Jack and the experimenters was a buzzer tone or series of planned telephone rings.


  • Writers and inventors often advocated special combinations of waxes and oils or of special mixtures to enhance the permanence of lake pigments. reference The range of experiments undertaken, and of methods advocated, make it tempting to wonder if the satiric nature of Jean-André Roquet's L'Art nouveau de la peinture en fromage ... (1755), an effort to deride Jean-Jacques Bachelier's soft-wax encaustic painting technique, was lost on certain experimenters. 22 Unfortunately, there is no verifiable information for use of some exotic coloring materials put forward and, with few exceptions, we can be certain about painters 'colors only when more precise records exist to confirm assumptions. 23 reference

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

  • The "experimenters" I know wouldn't touch Budweiser American Ale with your ten foot pole.

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  • I do know a fair number of... "experimenters" : I enjoy their company.

    The skinny on Ordinal Malaprop

  • But despite the fact that the connections between the worlds has been severed by the "experimenters" who now live outside of normal time, the worlds are not totally separate.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Food experimenters Bompas + Parr's recreations of famous last suppers was unfortunately only displayed in photographic form, when the real things would have been way more impactful though they did supply absinthe jellies for the occasion.

    Richard MacKichan: Classic Works Get a Modern Makeover at London's Remastered

  • Then the experimenters introduced a celebrity -- Ricardo Montalban!

    Celebrity: “a weird sort of energy”

  • In terms of style, I’d say Joyce and all those other experimenters gave me the freedom to play fast and loose with punctuation, using it as and how I wanted rather than as the rules of English grammar dictate.

    A Conversation with Matt Haig


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