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Synonyms for experimental

constituting a tentative model for future experiment or development

Synonyms for experimental

relying on observation or experiment

of the nature of or undergoing an experiment

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It's axiomatic in science that experimentalists and theorists need one another.
Experimentalist began life with Hughie Morrison before transferring to the care of Gordon Elliott in Ireland, where he raced both on the level and over hurdles.
Experimentalist evidently needs a stout test on the all-weather and Tim Vaughan can make the most of his lenient mark.
Herwig Schopper, an experimentalist, former Director General of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN).
Frank was a gifted experimentalist who was highly respected by all scientists in the HIFS-VNL, and was an inspiration to his team members and colleagues.
The Music of Michael Nyman: Texts, Contexts and Intertexts is the first book-length publication on any British experimentalist since Michael Nyman's own Experimental Music: Cage and Beyond (2d ed.
As an experimentalist, I've taken my share of jabs from the academic theorists deriding my methods of experimental design because certain things "work better than others" without a mathematical proof for the reasons why.
Sullivan, the former head of the department of physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign as an outstanding experimentalist of condensed matter, Mason is emerging as a leader in her field.
Jane Polcovar's ROSALIND FRANKLIN AND THE STRUCTURE OF LIFE (159935022X) tells of a girl who grows up loving science and is determined to prove herself as a skilled experimentalist.
Gifted with great personal force and intelligence, at heart she is an experimentalist, a fierce explorer with a profound sense of structure.
Crawley is a distinguished biologist; therefore, his viewpoint is that of an experimentalist performing his own statistical analyses, whereas Maindonald and Braun are professional statisticians who collaborate with experimentalists.
2 SUSAN HOWE & DAVID GRUBBS, THIEFTH (BLUE CHOPSTICKS) A lovely collaboration between sonic experimentalist David Grubbs and poet Susan Howe.
He earned a doctorate in classics from Harvard and rose to prominence in the 1950s as part of a generation of American experimentalist composers that included John Cage, Morton Feldman, David Tudor and Earle Brown - a group collectively known as the New York School.
Nevertheless, according to Dickson, this manuscript clearly shows Vaughan to have been an experimentalist in the Baconian mode.
Queer sound experimentalist Thaemlitz shows us how on this kitschy collection.
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