preparator


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preparator

(prĭ-păr′ə-tər, -pâr′-)
n.
One who prepares specimens or exhibits for scientific study or display, as in a museum.
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Table 2 Marking of Supportive Moves by Raters Appropriate Inappropriate Disagreement Potentially Mitigating Preparator 20 1 2 Grounder 33 10 1 Imposition minimizer 24 6 1 Appealer 5 2 1 Disarmer 10 2 Promise 4 Confirmation 4 1 Appreciation 133 1 Apology 11 Agreement 73 11 2 Offer of solution: no 5 hearer effort required Suggestion 4 2 2 Concession 10 Sweetener 3 1 Additional request: 8 1 for information Resolution 13 7 Farewell/closing 3 2 1 Potentially Aggravating Moralizing 2 Threat 2 Repeat request 5 6 2 Disagreement 9 28 1 Additional request: 5 17 3 for time Note.
A panel of art professionals, including an auction house specialist, art editor, art preparator, public relations and marketing coordinator, education classes assistant, art conservator, grants officer and outreach coordinator will share information about their fields.
As our preparator cursed the day "some idiot gave this woman a saw and the idea that she could build anything," I charged him to find someone with traditional skills who could build something so beautiful.
After this step is completed, a member of the tribunal or preparator will study the evidence and may contact either former spouse for further information (Foster, 1999).
SR: Employment is an important source of artistic community, whether it is as a preparator, a professor at an art college or state university, or an administrator at a leading summer residency program.
edu) is a Science Laboratory Preparator in the Biology Department at Southern Oregon University, 1250 Siskiyou Blvd.
66 Of top management Table 4 Results of Regression Analysis for Prior Issue-Selling Experience/Knowledge and Issue-Selling Moves Preparator Moves (H2) Selling Moves (H3) B SE B [beta] B SE B [beta] Tenure in 0.
Tim served for a long time as a Scientific Preparator at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, retiring in 2010.
Davidson is a preparator for the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.
She is a fossil preparator for the American Museum of i Natural History (AMNH) in New York City.
He's held other jobs now and then along the way - years ago, he was chief preparator at the University of Oregon Museum of Art - but he has painted practically every day since Dwight Eisenhower was president.
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