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Use "geographer" in a sentence
""Apparently," Woods and the Wisconsin geographer Joseph M. McCann argued in a presentation last summer, "at some threshold level ... dark earth attains the capacity to perpetuate — even regenerate itself — thus behaving more like a living 'super'-organism than an inert material.""
"A geographer is occupied with tasks that are too serious to leave him any time for excursions outside his study."
"Yet even that ingenious geographer is too fond of supposing new, and perhaps imaginary measures, for the purpose of rendering ancient writers as accurate as himself."