Recent Examples of linguist from the Web
The sweet red sauce has its roots in a fish seasoning that’s part of cuisine in Vietnam, Thailand and the Philippines among other countries, according to linguist Dan Jurafsky.
In the years since that Post article, which discussed research stretching back to 1945, psychologists, linguists, and philosophers have continued to explore why and how our brains cling to lies.
These arguments aren’t empty bluster, according to linguist and Wall Street Journal columnist Ben Zimmer.
Now a computational linguist and motivated by a desire to put his historical knowledge to use, Pandey knows how to get obscure alphabets into the Unicode standard.
Davis said that as a linguist in the Air Force, his daughter spoke several languages, including Arabic and Farsi.
Winner, who speaks Pashto, Farsi, and Dari, served in Maryland as a linguist.
Shortly thereafter, the alleged leaker of the report was identified: a 25-year-old NSA contractor and linguist named Reality Leigh Winner.
Zeitz, 54, is an old-fashioned polymath: adventurer, linguist, business prodigy and conservation crusader.
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