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chemist

 [kem´ist]
1. an expert in chemistry.
2. (British) pharmacist.

chem·ist

(kem'ist),
1. A specialist or expert in chemistry.
2. Pharmacist (British and Canadian).

chemist

/chem·ist/ (kem´ist)
1. an expert in chemistry.
2. (British) pharmacist.

chemist

1 a person with special education and training in the structures, characteristics, and actions of chemicals.
2 in Great Britain, Australia, and New Zealand, a pharmacist.

chemist

(1) A person who formulates chemical preparations.
(2) A community pharmacist (UK), see there.

chem·ist

(kem'ist)
1. A specialist or expert in chemistry.
2. Pharmacist (U.K. and some areas of Canada).

chemist

1. an expert in chemistry.
2. sometimes used as an abbreviation for pharmaceutical chemist or pharmacist.
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To be a great chemist in the East, one must direct chance; and this is to be achieved.
For you must indeed be a great chemist, and the elixir you administered to my son, which recalled him to life almost instantaneously" --
The chemist answered the question by turning the label toward her.
Ther e is Death in it, miss," replied the chemist, quietly.
With that answer, the chemist sealed up the bottle in its wrapping of white paper and handed the laudanum to Magdalen across the counter.
Analytical Chemist goes to the door, confers angrily with unseen tapper, appears to become mollified by descrying reason in the tapping, and goes out.
The Analytical Chemist returning, everybody looks at him.
Mrs Veneering has just succeeded in waking Lady Tippins from a snore, by dexterously shunting a train of plates and dishes at her knuckles across the table; when everybody but Mortimer himself becomes aware that the Analytical Chemist is, in a ghostly manner, offering him a folded paper.
Upon which, the chemist advances it under the nose of Mortimer, who looks round at him, and says:
I beg this court's pardon,' said the chemist, who was a tall, thin, yellow-visaged man, 'but I hope this court will excuse my attendance.
I know I OUGHT to do, if I got on as well as I deserved; but I don't, my Lord,' answered the chemist.
The officer had got no further than the 'You shall well and truly try,' when he was again interrupted by the chemist.