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  • v. Present participle of science.

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Examples

  • "sciencing" gone wrong, but somehow, those loveable death-beasts started walking the earth again.

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  • It's like they inhabited some saturnian age before the fall into sciencing the art of criticism.

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  • With all the parenting and sciencing going on, the only time I really have to read is right before bed.

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  • Anyway, with a bit of sciencing and struggling and little feet kicking, after two attempts, we managed to pull it off - both the nappy and the procedure.

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  • Trapps, or Grapps, or Crapps, or something, that has fastened herself upon cousin Anna, and is mind-curing her, or Christian-sciencing her, or fooling her in some way; but Mrs. Frostwinch is too well-bred really to have any sympathy with anything so vulgar.

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  • This week on Lost, Desmond goes searching for Mama Faraday, Richard and Locke have a meet-and-greet, Daniel does some sciencing, and Juliet practices her Latin.

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  • Other mothers are much more hesitant, viewing ultrasound as an invasion of their babies’ privacy and a “sciencing” of the intimate knowledge and ownership of pregnancy.

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  • I don’t think anyone here thinks that what is written here on a blog is science, or rather that people are engaging in sciencing behavior here.

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  • Post 88 Mosh-pit: ” I don’t think anyone here thinks that what is written here on a blog is science, or rather that people are engaging in sciencing behavior here.”

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