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Oceanographer

Glory

Oceanographers may develop a sense of glory as they strike out into the salty depths to conduct research which will benefit humankind in one way or another. Glory can come from proving a radical hypothesis through years of research and collecting data. Glory can come from developing new conservation techniques which will allow future generations to see dolphins play in the waves or taste a seared scallop.

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