anatomical


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an expression that relates to anatomy

of or relating to the structure of the body

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of or relating to the branch of morphology that studies the structure of organisms

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He intended to begin in his own case some particular reforms which were quite certainly within his reach, and much less of a problem than the demonstrating of an anatomical conception.
This great seer did not go beyond the consideration of the tissues as ultimate facts in the living organism, marking the limit of anatomical analysis; but it was open to another mind to say, have not these structures some common basis from which they have all started, as your sarsnet, gauze, net, satin, and velvet from the raw cocoon?
He merely loved, merely acted on the prompting of his heart, or head, or whatever organic or anatomical part of him that developed the mysterious, delicious, and insatiable hunger called "love.
For example, Bragellos avers their anatomical identity
Why, I suppose they can't do much to me, if I explain how it was that I got into the good company of that there ca-daverous old Slider,' replied Squeers viciously, 'who I wish was dead and buried, and resurrected and dissected, and hung upon wires in a anatomical museum, before ever I'd had anything to do with her.
Not without a shiver, though he was used to anatomical abortions, Dr.
Being the most polite of men, he seized the opportunity of assisting the Professor's anatomical amusements on the spot.
One of the conductors of this novice held a rusty blunderbuss pointed towards his ear, and the other a very ancient sabre, with which he carved imaginary offenders as he came along in a sanguinary and anatomical manner.
I don't want to have any words with you, and still less do I want to have any anatomical pursuits with you.
On the other hand, the limited anatomical information from the fossils of extinct bats suggests that the capability to echolocate arose just once in an ancestral bat, he notes.
Laurenza states the aim of his study "to demonstrate that in Leonardo some important points of physiognomy (the study of the external form of the body as an expression of character) are part of a more general investigation of somatic form, of equal concern to his anatomical studies as to his art.
This release expands the number of anatomical models and the platform's functionality" said Andrew Bowditch, President and CEO of Visible Body.
With this new app, Anatomical Dolls, the cost and the stigmas attached to traditional therapeutic dolls are nullified.
Prepared by a staff of nurses, editors, art directors, and consulting medical personnel, with illustrations from the Anatomical Chart Company as the core of the visual treatment, this atlas focuses on how diseases develop and progress.
Stone Age specimens possessing the full anatomical signature of H.