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Example sentences for chemist
Every drink takes the care and precision of a surgeon, the measurement of a chemist and the speed of a short-order chef.
Only when a new sample comes from the chemist, there's a bit of a break.
For my mom, a chemist-turned-business-executive, the calculations come naturally.
Short story about two employees at a roadside nightclub who join an impromptu search for a retired chemist.
The two have to be certified as a team, and a chemist must also certify the dog's nose.
But the chemist did much more than better his burner.
It was believed that a chemist could reconstruct a plant from its ashes.
The room has an expectant air, as if the chemist might hurry back any minute.
Michelle began her career as a chemist and an engineer with large national companies.
If you are a research chemist and you plow it all into biotech stocks because you know so much about the industry.
Next to that, a chemist's laboratory, followed by a storeroom and a secondary machine room.
Chemist gets life for killing husband in acid vat.
It's authentic from the source, and then tested and approved by our bonded graduate chemist for your double guarantee.
Salt water can catch a flame when exposed to certain radio waves, a chemist has confirmed.
We were cross-examined as a chemist cross-examines a new substance.
Pressed for time, a chemist goes for a name he knows.
The factory turned out to be one lady-albeit a chemist-mixing oils in her kitchen.
Salt water can indeed burn when exposed to a certain kind of radio wave, a university chemist has confirmed.
Every once in a while, a chemist drops in to take a look or heads for the world of industrial-scale food.
The department chemist is responsible for examining and/or testing regulated materials and interior finishes for flammability.
The sun, having risen on an empty stomach, hovels in a chemist's window on jars of soda.
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