Origin of theorist
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Examples from the Web for theorist
What the French theorist Roland Barthes can teach us about escaping loneliness.Can We Live Together, Roland Barthes?
December 19, 2012
Who rules East Europe,” says Kaplan (quoting the words of an Edwardian theorist), “rules the world.The End of American Dominance in Robert Kaplan’s ‘The Revenge of Geography’
September 14, 2012
If you meet him, you will find him a dreamer and a theorist.Jennie Baxter, Journalist
He is no theorist; he is no reformer; I have looked over his life.
Thus we have the farmer's need met by the theorist's discoveries.Chapters in Rural Progress
Kenyon L. Butterfield
In the practical conduct of life he was no theorist, no amateur.The Friendly Club and Other Portraits
"The condition of prophecy is to be scorned," the theorist said dryly.In the Name of Liberty
- the originator of a theory; a person who is concerned with theory; a theoretician
Word Origin and History for theorist
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