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  • n. One who is versed in anthropology.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who is versed in anthropology.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who studies or is versed in anthropology.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a social scientist who specializes in anthropology


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  • Religion had not been a big part of Obama's upbringing and his mother had looked at organized religions with what he called her anthropologist's sympathy and detachment, even though she was also "the most spiritually awakened person that I've ever known."

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  • Scott Atran, an American and French anthropologist, is author of Talking to the Enemy: Faith, Brotherhood, and the (Un) Making of Terrorists.

    Scott Atran: Talking to the Enemy: How to Turn the Taliban Against Al Qaeda

  • The anthropologist is aware that relationships take time to build and require maintenance and sustenance. A Recipe for Increasing Human Happiness

  • Photographs of the skull and other skeletal remains that are believed to be Chandra Levy's were presented to jurors today in D.C. Superior Court, as a forensic anthropologist from the Smithsonian testified in the trial of the man charged with killing Levy.

    Levy's remains shown to jurors

  • She met her future husband, Wisconsin anthropologist and politician Philleo Nash, while in college in Chicago.

    edith nash | marriage « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground

  • Toth, the Indiana anthropologist, is the founder and co-director of the Stone Age Institute at Bloomington, where he demonstrates how he can skillfully craft the hammers, sharp knives and spear points that evolution enabled the forebears of Homo Sapiens to make long before the dawn of true humanity.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Synopsis: An anthropologist is stranded on a small Pacific island whose only inhabitant is a mechanical mining machine that is remotely controlled by Annie, a 12 year old autistic girl who is using the machine as a form of therapy.

    REVIEW: The Year's Best Science Fiction #22 edited by Gardner Dozois

  • On Wednesday, park rangers and a forensic anthropologist from the military's

    Remains Returned List WWII

  • The forensic anthropologist from the POW/MIA Accounting group who helped chisel the veteran out of the glacier was expected to arrive at the morgue late Thursday afternoon, when he and the coroner's staff would decide the extent of examination that should take place there.

    Remains Returned List WWII

  • That afternoon Karen Burns, a forensic anthropologist from the United States, was sworn in.

    Giving "The Devil" His Due


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