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He was an "excellent disputant and expounder of the scriptures".
His success as an expounder was unintentional.
Kostoglotov himself, the discoverer and expounder of it all, had no one in Russia he could ask to look for the fungus.
He is a speaker and expounder of Chinook Jargon.
Daṇḍin is a 6th-7th century Sanskrit author of prose romances and expounder on poetics.
He is the preeminent expounder of Peshat.
Strabo is his own best expounder of his principles of composition:
Again he holds his position as an independent expounder of the truth with an unbiased instinct for what is genuinely American, be it good or bad."
The system here expounded evidently implies a considerable knowledge of the Old Testament on the part either of its inventor or expounder.
As the foremost British expounder of providentialism, he argued for extensive civil rights, believing that individuals could bring about progress and eventually the Millennium.
His chief studies were in the exact psychology of the school of Herbart, for whose general principles Volkmann was probably the most conspicuous expounder.
As per Hindu legend, Ramanuja (1017-1137), the leading expounder of Vishishtadvaita philosophy is believed to have visited the temple.
The rabbi became not only the spiritual guide, but also a member of the communal administration Kahal, a civil judge, and the authoritative expounder of the Law.
Advaita Vedanta existed prior to Shankara, but found its most influential expounder in Shankara.
His father, Ratna Pathak, was a renowned scholar and expounder of the Bhagavata at the Madhava temple.
He was a man of deep piety, a faithful and efficient expounder of the Holy Scriptures, by no means an orator, but a close practical reasoner.
Krishna was the principal incarnation of the Indian Vishnu, the preserver, the principal expounder of Vedantism.
The work begun by Rav Ashi was completed by Ravina, who is traditionally regarded as the final Amoraic expounder.
Maitreyi was well-versed in Vedas and associated scriptures and was called brahmavadini or "an expounder of the Veda" by people of her time.
"She had set herself up for a prophetess," he writes, "and gradually had gained, by her shrewdness, some influence among the natives as a dreamer, and expounder of dreams.
As a mufassir (Qur'anic exegite) and expounder of other Islamic religious texts, he is one of the most celebrated Sufis produced by India in the 20th century.
Lodge's gifts as an expounder of knowledge were of a high order, and few scientific men have been able to set forth abstruse facts in a more lucid or engaging form.
In 1847, R. Thornton, the editor of The Expounder of Primitive Christianity, wrote about the recent invention of a four function mechanical calculator:
The old lucid and trenchant expounder of Socialism, such as Blatchford or Fred Henderson, always describes the economic power of the plutocrats as consisting in private property.
Robert Wodrow states that he was by trade a glover, but gave up business and went to school, in order to fit himself for the duties of a preacher or expounder among the reformers.
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