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  • noun Plural form of hydrologist.

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Examples

  • Stealing a page from the hip-hop street-team and word-of-mouth ethos, Oza created a fleet of 10 "Glaceau Vitaminwater Tasting Vehicles," staffed by 200 "hydrologists," to cross the country and spread the gospel of Vitaminwater's growing line.

    How 50 Cent scored a half-billion

  • While this is a matter for geologists and hydrologists to debate in terms of the science involved, a nuanced reading suggests that more than just the availability of oil has seemingly reached its proverbial tipping point.

    Randall Amster: New Clear Energy

  • Downpours have always been a feature of British weather, but hydrologists are concerned that they are becoming more frequent and heavier.

    Weatherwatch: How to measure flashfloods and downpours

  • Jerry Brown, a Democrat, officially declared over after March 30 readings by state hydrologists showed mountain snowpack at 165% of normal, the highest in five years.

    California Farms Revive

  • While this is a matter for geologists and hydrologists to debate in terms of the science involved, a nuanced reading suggests that more than just the availability of oil has seemingly reached its proverbial tipping point.

    Randall Amster: New Clear Energy

  • While this is a matter for geologists and hydrologists to debate in terms of the science involved, a nuanced reading suggests that more than just the availability of oil has seemingly reached its proverbial tipping point.

    Randall Amster: New Clear Energy

  • While this is a matter for geologists and hydrologists to debate in terms of the science involved, a nuanced reading suggests that more than just the availability of oil has seemingly reached its proverbial tipping point.

    Randall Amster: New Clear Energy

  • While this is a matter for geologists and hydrologists to debate in terms of the science involved, a nuanced reading suggests that more than just the availability of oil has seemingly reached its proverbial tipping point.

    Randall Amster: New Clear Energy

  • While this is a matter for geologists and hydrologists to debate in terms of the science involved, a nuanced reading suggests that more than just the availability of oil has seemingly reached its proverbial tipping point.

    Randall Amster: New Clear Energy

  • While this is a matter for geologists and hydrologists to debate in terms of the science involved, a nuanced reading suggests that more than just the availability of oil has seemingly reached its proverbial tipping point.

    Randall Amster: New Clear Energy

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