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Synonyms for linguist

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"All de vorlt is at vor!" said the linguist, waving his cocoa in an illustrative manner, "all de vorlt is at vor!"
Indeed, it was almost mesmeric, the effect which this giggling ruffian had produced upon the unfortunate linguist, for he could not speak of him save with trembling hands and a blanched cheek.
"Ay, there are linguists in the settlements that can do still more.
Karachi -- Former Vice-Chancellor at the University of Karachi and noted linguist, Muhammad Jameel Khan on Thursday died aged 90 in Karachi.
Delivering his speech through a video link from United Kingdom, noted linguist and writer Prof David Crystal described this century as a 'century of change' saying that rapid changes were being witnessed in the world and English was also changing day by day.
After handshakes, Nana sat down, obviously very relaxed, chatted with us freely without any linguist interference.
This week on Unorthodox, we recorded a special crossover episode with Lexicon Valley, the podcast hosted by linguist John McWhorter.
Centered around a linguist's astonishing survival after a balloon crash and the bizarre events that follow, The Weaver Fish is mysterious and endearingly eccentric.
Adams won for her portrayal of a linguist tasked to communicate with aliens in Columbia Pictures' Arrival, which has also been seleced by NBR as one of the Ten Best Films of 2016.
"I think OK should be celebrated with parades and speeches," Allan Metcalf, a linguist at MacMurray College in Illinois and the world's leading authority on OK, told Agence France-Presse.
Former linguist James Hitselberger was arrested in 2012 after being charged with removing classified documents from a workspace at Naval Support Activity (NSA) Bahrain, according to a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
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"Nothing of what's known about language acquisition or change suggests that either fewer or more phonemes will appear as people move around," says linguist Lyle Campbell of the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Summary: GUADALAJARA: By 2050, 10 percent of the world population will be speaking Spanish, spurred mostly by its growth in the United States, Cuban linguist Humberto Lopez Morales said Monday at a book fair here."The projections couldn't make us happier," the head of the association of Spanish language academies told his audience after he received a special prize