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analyst

 [an´ah-list]
one who performs analysis.

an·a·lyst

(an'ă-list),
1. One who makes analytic determinations.
2. Short term for psychoanalyst.

analyst

(ăn′ə-lĭst)
n.
One who performs analysis, as:
a. One who practices psychoanalysis.
b. One who performs systems analysis.

an·a·lyst

(an'ă-list)
1. One who makes analytic determinations.
2. Psychoanalyst.
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