Definitions

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  • n. Obsolete spelling of scion.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An obsolete form of scion.

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Examples

  • How many teabaggers know that during the dark ages, the Muslims were the ones making progress in scien discovered algebra (moan), and Damascus Steel, which no one kneumerology.

    Think Progress » Palin Tells Constitution-Loving Tea Partiers: We Don’t Need A President Who Is A ‘Constitutional Law Professor’

  • Where to send the girls who do like computer scien ...

    Where I've been!

  • Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, and Michael Bloomberg might each agree that with heightened concerns about drought and warnings of worldwide crop shortages due to rising temperatures, we need to put scien ...

    Michael DeJong: A New "Green" Economy

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    Michael DeJong: A New "Green" Economy

  • The United Nation's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a scien tific panel that met recently to discuss global warming, reported that climate change is "very likely" caused by human activities, including burning fossil fuels and cutting down forests.

    Bruce Friedrich: Food for Thought on Global Warming

  • One of them was from Zachary Freiberg, his chief scien tist.

    Empire Builders

  • "Mudge, your scien - tific education has been sorely neglected."

    The Moment Of The Magician

  • Ambassador Bose wondered briefly if he should have first given the floor to Professor Davidson, as senior scien - tist and the only astronomer.

    Rendezvous with Rama

  • Lawrence J. Henderson who did most to make scien - tists aware of the concept by discussing it in the intro - ductory chapter of his book Blood, A Study in General

    ENVIRONMENT

  • It is helpful to take into account the scien - tific and philosophical background of the time.

    LONGEVITY

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