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  • n. Plural form of theoretician.


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  • The simple fact is biologists generally do not train theoreticians.

    Paul Samuelson, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • I believe it ... is what was called theoreticians ... a "cosmic string."

    Tides Of Light

  • Its "theoreticians" were Susan Sontag, who was an independent writer, Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown, who were architects, and Kael, who never finished college.

    Finding It at the Movies

  • wife, who taught me biology, I was very much aware that "theoreticians" or generalists are almost non-existent in biology.

    Wired Top Stories

  • What Hitler did not believe and what Stalin did not believe and what Mao did not believe and what the SS did not believe and what the Gestapo did not believe and what the NKVD did not believe and what the commissars, functionaries, swaggering executioners, Nazi doctors, Communist Party theoreticians, intellectuals, Brown shirts, Black shirts, gauleiters, and a thousand party hacks did not believe was that God was watching what they were doing.

    2010 June - Telic Thoughts

  • Some leave the field of fine arts entirely as practitioners, becoming theoreticians, historians and fine arts scholars instead.

    Daniel Grant: Universities to Artists: Get a Doctorate?

  • Extremist theoreticians and theologians like Dominionist David Barton and C.

    Mark I. Pinsky: Jews, Evangelicals And 2012: The Sky Is Not Falling

  • Another valuable book is Soviet Chess Strategy by Alexey Suetin, one of the best Soviet theoreticians.

    Lubomir Kavalek: Chess Champion's Class Act

  • Mr. Rhodes was one of the few members of the financial establishment to sense that the world was on the brink of a calamity in 2007 most of the prophets of doom were either academic theoreticians or maverick financiers.

    A Conspiracy of Hunches

  • Popular among racial and racist theoreticians of the 19th and early 20th century when Georgians were sometimes deemed the most pure "Caucasians", the word crashed mostly with the Third Reich.



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