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Sentence count:153+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-27Updated:2017-03-27
Similar words: astrophysicistphysicianphysicsphysicalphysicallyastrophysicsphysical educationdiaphysisMeaning: ['fɪzɪsɪst]  n. a scientist trained in physics. 
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1 He is a famous physicist.
2 Her husband is a world - known physicist.
3 He does not pretend to be a physicist.
4 He is a physicist of the first rank.
5 He's known to be an outstanding physicist.
6 I think he's a physicist or something of that nature.
7 Trust a physicist to take things to extremes.
8 Our definition is equally acceptable to the classical physicist.
9 Not, alas, from one ex-Colorado theoretical physicist.
10 Oliphant, a nuclear physicist, was new to radio technology - as were most of those he later recruited.
11 When Kurt had finished his training as a physicist,( there had been sixteen other graduates on his course.
12 Kuhn started his academic career as a physicist and then turned his attention to history of science.
13 Shevek is a brilliant physicist working on a Theory of Simultaneity.
14 Richard Feynman, said to be the greatest theoretical physicist of modern times, stated that no-one understands quantum mechanics.
15 But Oppenheimer soon discovered that physicist I. I. Rabi and others balked at militarization.
16 Few children interpreted the question as a physicist might, involving the way light is scattered from objects into our eyes.
17 This problem was solved by another Birmingham physicist, James Sayers.
18 Their friend Otto Korn, the physicist, had shown that particles move backwards in time.
19 She was also a physicist, one of the rare female students to study pure science.
20 Last century, the physicist Michael Faraday showed that there is no electric field within a conductor.
21 Natural science managers usually start as a chemist, physicist, biologist, or other natural scientist.
22 A converted physicist not afraid of over-simplification, Valentino Braitenberg, has proposed a scheme so simple that it needs no diagram.
23 This is the point at which I as a mathematical physicist begin to splutter and go red in the face.
24 If basic math stumps you, there might not be a future for you as a particle physicist.
25 Undoubtedly, the human interest story of how I have managed to be a theoretical physicist despite my disability has helped.
26 Once again, everything we have said is crashingly obvious to the well-versed classical physicist.
27 They then appear to us as what a classical physicist would call waves, such as waves of light or gravitational waves.
28 I was torn between being an artist and being a physicist.
29 They had two sons, Nicolas, who became a journalist and lecturer, and Jeremy, who became a physicist.
30 Anushkia Smyslov had bandaged Alex Bannen's head, and the physicist was propped in a sitting position against a workstation.
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