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anthropologist

archeologist American English spelling

architect
The new building was to be designed by a famous architect.
astronaut

biologist

chemist
The local chemist will have the right medicine for you.
ecologist

economist

engineer
A person who works with machines is an engineer.
geographer

geologist

historian

lecturer
Teachers, tutors and lecturers are educators.
librarian
A librarian can give you advice and support when using the Independent Learning Centre. *
linguist

mathematician
Mrs Forth is a mathematician. *
professor
The professor gave a lecture on ancient history.
researcher

scientist
The scientist worked in a labratory.
teacher
She spoke to the teacher in confidence.

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