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  • noun Plural form of theorizer.

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Examples

  • And that is true not merely of the theorizers, that is to say, Marx and Engels.

    Essays on the Materialistic Conception of History

  • He had a great contempt for the sections the "theorizers" produced.

    Ann Veronica: A Modern Love Story

  • He is perfectly aware that China experiences large numbers of "mass incidents" every year in 2009 there were 90,000 of them, but unlike other grand theorizers on this topic he actually gets out and talks to some of the discontented -- in his case, people who have been forcibly resettled by the construction of a huge dam project, losing their homes and livelihoods in the process.

    China: Waking The Sleeping Giant

  • He is perfectly aware that China experiences large numbers of "mass incidents" every year in 2009 there were 90,000 of them, but unlike other grand theorizers on this topic he actually gets out and talks to some of the discontented -- in his case, people who have been forcibly resettled by the construction of a huge dam project, losing their homes and livelihoods in the process.

    Christian Caryl On China: The New York Review Of Books

  • He is perfectly aware that China experiences large numbers of "mass incidents" every year in 2009 there were 90,000 of them, but unlike other grand theorizers on this topic he actually gets out and talks to some of the discontented -- in his case, people who have been forcibly resettled by the construction of a huge dam project, losing their homes and livelihoods in the process.

    Christian Caryl On China: The New York Review Of Books

  • He is perfectly aware that China experiences large numbers of "mass incidents" every year in 2009 there were 90,000 of them, but unlike other grand theorizers on this topic he actually gets out and talks to some of the discontented -- in his case, people who have been forcibly resettled by the construction of a huge dam project, losing their homes and livelihoods in the process.

    Christian Caryl On China: The New York Review Of Books

  • He is perfectly aware that China experiences large numbers of "mass incidents" every year in 2009 there were 90,000 of them, but unlike other grand theorizers on this topic he actually gets out and talks to some of the discontented--in his case, people who have been forcibly resettled by the construction of a huge dam project, losing their homes and livelihoods in the process.

    Christian Caryl On China: The New York Review Of Books

  • The theorizers and the commenters are what make LOST great.

    The Tail Section » Lost Pull’s a ‘Prisoner’ with Expose

  • There are some of us theorizers, who keep our minds open.

    The Tail Section » Lost Pull’s a ‘Prisoner’ with Expose

  • But the insurance company does not bite, and the talkers, theorizers, and imaginers never return.

    I Feel Earthquakes More Often Than They Happen

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