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  • n. Plural form of nonhistorian.


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  • Cameron's attention to detail was evident even to nonhistorians like me.

    'Titanic' See-Sickness?

  • The result is a triumph -- a survey of history-writing, from the classical period to the current day, that nonhistorians can easily profit from.

    The Chroniclers Who Bring the Past Alive

  • "I knew him, Horatio, a fellow of infinite jest," declaims the general in an image likely to puzzle nonhistorians.

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  • By reducing them to a primal warrior society, Webb, Richardson, and the scores of historians and nonhistorians influenced by them created a caricature of Comanches 'culture and their place in history.

    Louis Proyect: The Unrepentant Marxist

  • The committee of nonhistorians called together under the city charter to rule on the historic significance of the streets and their names has spoken: 39th Avenue has the least significance.

    Jack Bog's Blog


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