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Cuisinart, Jaquie

Page history last edited by Chris Creel 12 years, 2 months ago

(by Shoffner Kalthof; Prof. of Social Sciences, God City Community College.)

 

Jaquie Cuisinart is a pioneer in the biological, geographical and social sciences. He is best known for his work studying culture of the Ape Sultans. He was the first scientist to catalog the now famous Squirrel Nut Zappers. Cuisinart's most recent discovery is an island in the oceans of the Mighty Land which he has named Gilamon's Island. Professor Cuisinart is not currently employed by any institute of higher learning or working under a grant from said institutions.

Comments (1)

Guy Hoyle said

at 4:50 pm on Aug 18, 2009

Good work! I think you might want to link this entry to one somebody else has written to go by the rules, but otherwise it looks pretty good.

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