A Savants Definition

\Sa`vant\ — function: noun (pl. Savants) Etymology: French, from Middle French, from present participle of savior to know, Latin sapere to be wise — more at SAGE, Date. 1719. person of learning; especially: one with detailed knowledge in some special field (as in literature, mathematics, basketball, or transportation); wise through reflection and experience; characterized by prudence and good judgement

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MIT

Marriott – Boston/Norwood

Marriott – Boston/Stoughton

Holiday Inn – Boston/Rockland

Sheraton

Harvard

Brandeis

Northeastern

Harpoon Brewery

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