I had done my duty not only as a writer, but also a mathematician: exhausted all possibilities.
A new search engine—developed in secret by a British mathematician—could radically change the way you surf the Web.
Austen was a mathematician of social interaction, and her novels are impossibly, preposterously good.
Its Greek symbol was suggested by English mathematician William Jones in 1706.
Christopher John Francis Boone is a teenage “mathematician with some behavioral difficulties.”
He was skilled as a mathematician and geographer, and also excelled as a musician.
Assuredly not, he said; I have hardly ever known a mathematician who was capable of reasoning.
He was a decent scholar and mathematician, and taught Pen as much as the lad was ever disposed to learn, which was not much.
That is the question, and the state of the odds may be reckoned by the mathematician.
The other example that I shall mention is that of Franz Wœpke, the mathematician and orientalist.
early 15c., from Middle French mathematicien, from mathematique, from Latin mathematicus (see mathematic).