- a person who specializes in anthropology.
Origin of anthropologist
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Examples from the Web for anthropologist
“Oil palms are very lucrative, very quickly,” said Lisa Curran, an anthropologist and conservation expert at Stanford University.Our Taste for Cheap Palm Oil Is Killing Chimpanzees
July 11, 2014
The anthropologist Claude Levi-Strauss saw the Amazon rainforest, as he saw most things, as a complex structure.Exploring the Amazon, While We Still Can
May 15, 2014
The remains will go next to the University of Wisconsin for an anthropologist and odontologist to inspect.The WWII Hero America Abandoned
Megan McCloskey, ProPublica
March 21, 2014
But shortly into the term, an anthropologist guest lecturer called the Roma a dirty and culture-less people.American Gypsies Are a Persecuted Minority That Is Starting to Fight Back
December 22, 2013
The anthropologist in Khost, Michael Bhatia, died in a roadside bomb attack on May 7, 2008, aged 31.Send in the Marines—and the Anthropologists too?
John Kael Weston
August 23, 2013
I am not a proper archæologist nor an anthropologist nor an ethnologist.Fantasia of the Unconscious
D. H. Lawrence
Nevertheless, the anthropologist may do so, if he be prepared to take the risk.Progress and History
Anthropologist as he was, he had suspected this from the start.Lost in the Wilds of Brazil
James H. Foster
Apparently the anthropologist and the manservant had retired.
Which reminds me, added the anthropologist, that you are again a hunted man.
Word Origin and History for anthropologist
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