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Rodger Nelson, a Portland- based meteor ologist for the National Weather Service, said the Cascades could get "a few inches of snow" today and Friday, and a bit more next week.
Sam Allardyce employed some of the most modern methods at the Reebok and made use of every 'ologist under the sun.
Winds of 20 mph to 30 mph were expected to continue in Eugene through this morning, with gusts of up to 40 mph, said Tyree Wilde, a meteor ologist with the National Weather Service in Portland.
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"It's bad news for human recreation, but it's good news for salmon," said Kyle Dittmer, a hydrologist and meteor ologist for the Columbia River Intertribal Fish Commission.
In the movie, archae- ologist Lara journeys to an underwater temple and finds Pandora's Box.
He served as a meteor ologist for four years in Hawaii with the Marine Corps.
Do a little research before you go, so you know the correct name or "ologist" to ask for - for example, a dermatologist (a skin specialist) or a gynaecologist (an specialist in women's reproductive health).
Prosecutor Alan Turnbull, QC, referred to a psych- ologist's report which described the "depravity" of the case.
Try Origin's Foot Rest, pounds 16.50, that contains refreshing Menthol and Eucalyptus to boost circulation, or Lush's The Ologist, pounds 3.95.
The family were last night hoping Vasyl's body would be released after an autopsy by State Path- ologist Marie Cassidy.