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constituting a tentative model for future experiment or development

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relying on observation or experiment

of the nature of or undergoing an experiment

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Kyoung-Shin Choi is a professor of chemistry at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and an experimentalist.
We are one of the very few groups who have both experimentalists and modelers," Saleh said.
The experimentalists cheer and pop champagne bottles; the theorists, tuning in from Princeton, clap too, but quickly get busy revising old theories and devising new ones.
Then experimentalists conduct experiments seeking to confirm assertions that a theorist has made according to the theory presented in their work.
The judges are looking for chefs, coffee aficionados, amazing young mixologists, experimentalists, bakers and street-food enthusiasts to enter.
It is a dangerous game the Utopian experimentalists are playing in trying to erase a nation's identity and replace it with racial diversity in every corner of its constitution without considering that without the presence of patriotism, which holds together a country's social fabric, it would see widespread disenchantment that give rise to the
This grassroots effort brought together experimentalists, astronomers, and computational scientists to identify the major puzzles at this intersection of laboratory physics and space science, and to map out new strategies for better understanding the plasma universe.
It differs from other textbooks on quantum electronics in that the material is more oriented towards the interests of atomic physics experimentalists as opposed to, say, workers in the telecommunications industry.
We assembled the necessary expertise and experimentalists to build a novel apparatus to measure the reaction.
But these new experimentalists were creating a music that, while it took a great deal of inspiration from Miles, also fed on the kind of new stuff the young knob-twiddling nerds were creating, and also used the beats of hip-hop.
Oran Mor, Glasgow, October 30 It's a pity punters were so thin on the ground for the visit of the Danish experimentalists.
At The Globe in Roath, Copenhagen's arch experimentalists Efterklang (left) arrive with support from Portland-based virtuoso Peter Broderick.
He borrows the construct announced in his title from the Ouvroir de Litterature Potentielle (or "Oulipo'), a group of literary experimentalists based in Paris, founded in 1960 by Raymond Queneau and Francois Le Lionnais.
The word "leftfield" crops up a lot when reading about these art-school experimentalists.
It's not that the Oxford experimentalists are incapable of recreating the delicate layers of sound which flow gracefully through debut Antidotes, instead they set themselves the challenge of tinkering with it to produce a new, bass-heavy effect.