Definition of Seismologists

1. Noun. (plural of seismologist) ¹



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Definition of Seismologists

1. seismologist [n] - See also: seismologist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seismologists

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seismogramme
seismograms
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seismologic
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seismologist
seismologists (current term)
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Literary usage of Seismologists

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1. The Jesuits, 1534-1921: A History of the Society of Jesus from Its by Thomas Joseph Campbell (1921)
"... Meteorologists, seismologists, Astronomers — Ethnologists. THE Society of Jesus is frequently charged with being responsible for the present irreligious ..."

2. Earthquakes: An Introduction to Seismic Geology by William Herbert Hobbs (1907)
"Eduard Suess and the Austrian school of seismologists. The year 1872 is an important date in the history of seismology. On the 6th of March of that year ..."

3. Earthquakes: An Introduction to Seismic Geology by William Herbert Hobbs (1907)
"Eduard Suess and the Austrian school of seismologists. The year 1872 is an important date in the history of seismology. On the 6th of March of that year ..."

4. Earthquakes in the Light of the New Seismology by Clarence Edward Dutton (1904)
"... International Inquiry upon this Matter—Researches of the Italian seismologists—Accumulation of Long-Distance Seismograms —Their Study by Prof. ..."

5. The Garter Mission to Japan (1906)
"At the end of the first part there came a telegram from the meteorological department saying that the gentlemen who call themselves seismologists had ..."

6. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1908)
"I must traversa his implication that this is a view at all universal among experienced seismologists, or that an assumption to the contrary is antiquated. ..."

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