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  • noun One who practices or studies semiology.


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semiology +‎ -ist


  • Despite their penurious situation, both Steimberg and her younger brother Oscar (b. 1936), a well-known semiologist, studied at university.

    Alicia Steimberg.

  • This enrages the composer, who, defending the empirical honor of 60's Motown, impulsively shoots the old semiologist.

    Unsung East Village Songwriter And His 69 Love Songs

  • 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.

    Scientific Blogging

  • The Spanish semiologist points out that "it is not the threat that creates fear, but rather fear that creates the threat".

    Scientific Blogging


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