Thesaurus / observational

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Observational astronomy, meanwhile, was advancing to Descriptive and practical astronomy.

He was hardly a practical astronomer in the observational sense.

KeplerWalter W. Bryant

Even so with truth in observational science: it is built up of trifles patiently gathered together.

For the most part it has been an observational rather than an experimental study.

Mimicry in ButterfliesReginald Crundall Punnett

This first and oldest branch is known as "observational," or "practical astronomy."

It is apparent that our observational knowledge of the atmosphere is gained by two general methods of exploring it, viz.

Sounding the Ocean of AirA. Lawrence Rotch

It may be solved within the limits of the principle of emperical—meaning by that observational—continuity.

Religion also has its observational work in the larger and possibly more arduous manner.

It has been assumed to have the velocity of light only because that hypothesis does not conflict with observational data.

Spacehounds of IPCEdward Elmer Smith

I cast up the rough elements from the observational instruments in the turret.

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