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Synonyms for experimental

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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Experimentalist evidently needs a stout test on the all-weather and Vaughan can make the most of his lenient mark.
Experimentalist philosophers rejected both Browne's charmed philosophy of language and Hobbes' skeptical attitude toward spiritualism.
Radical experimentalists criticize the use of intuitions in philosophy altogether and they have been mostly attacked.
It also requires that one side risk political capital to establish an experimentalist system.
Finally, without secondary sources for the contexts of Nyman as an experimentalist writer and critic, ap Sion has used general sources (such as Otto Karolyi's book Modern British Music: The Second British.
As a condensed matter experimentalist, Mason observes the particles inside materials that give them their specific properties or, as she candidly puts it, "I look at the physics of stuff.
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.
Readers of experimentalist Robert Coover will find themselves in familiar territory with his newest story collection, A Child Again.
2 SUSAN HOWE & DAVID GRUBBS, THIEFTH (BLUE CHOPSTICKS) A lovely collaboration between sonic experimentalist David Grubbs and poet Susan Howe.
Happily, both critical and poetic fashions have been changing, so that by now a good deal has been written on, for instance, the poetry of Susan Howe, Lyn Hejinian, and Harryette Mullen (not necessarily from a feminist perspective); significant essay collections by experimental poets such as Howe, Hejinian, Joan Retallack, and Kathleen Fraser have made their mark; important anthologies of women's experimentalist poetry have appeared, along with feminist critical studies or literary histories like Ann Vickery's feminist genealogy of Language writing; and, increasingly, female experimentalists have been able to publish their work through presses with wider distribution.
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.
S Open that the Library of America has become, I'd guess that Stein would still qualify for the tournament, take Hurston 6-0, 6-1 in the first round, and fall to a true experimentalist, John James Audubon, 6-2, 6-3, 6-0 in the second.
The systemic approach allows the experimentalist to determine rheological behavior under real process conditions.
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