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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR METEOROLOGIST

Let me narrate a fact interesting alike to the naturalist and meteorologist.

"By their distance from the sun," the meteorologist replied.

The chief-keeper, a stranger to him, was something of a meteorologist.

He was equally conspicuous as a meteorologist and a physicist.

Instead of an ignoramus, it was a meteorologist who handled the theme.

I cannot imagine a more fitting station for a meteorologist.

However, I happen to be a professor of zoology and not a meteorologist.

This has been demonstrated by Dr. Wœikof, the distinguished Russian meteorologist.

Color from light comes also under the notice of the meteorologist.

The meteorologist Kaemtz has often observed the same fact in the Alps.

WORD ORIGIN

1620s, from meteorology + -ist. Earlier was meteorologician (1570s). Greek meteorologos meant "one who deals with celestial phenomena, astronomer."

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