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- noun One who practices or studies
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Despite their penurious situation, both Steimberg and her younger brother Oscar (b. 1936), a well-known semiologist, studied at university.
This enrages the composer, who, defending the empirical honor of 60's Motown, impulsively shoots the old semiologist.
AllRussian semiologist Yuri M. Lotman has analyzed how epidemics of fear work through the study of witch-hunting processes that claimed thousands of victims in Catholic and Protestant countries centuries ago.
The Spanish semiologist points out that "it is not the threat that creates fear, but rather fear that creates the threat".