anthropology

(redirected from anthropologic)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Words related to anthropology

References in periodicals archive ?
Far from being 'noble savages', this tribe used warfare as an evolutionary advantage--and Chagnon's research branded him a heretic because he dared to describe Yanomamo ways that heavily contested traditional anthropologic models of thought.
Wolfgang Riedel, Die Anthropologic des jungen Schiller (Warzburg: Konigshausen & Neumann, 1984), 97.
This is a 365 Day Anthropologic Art Project, a Public Awareness of the Forgotten Ishan.
2004) Some anthropologic factors of performance in rhythmic gymnastics novices.
Versions of this Article were presented in 2011 at the 22d International Symposium on Human Identification, the 7th International Society for Applied Biological Sciences Conference in Forensic, Anthropologic and Medical Genetics, and at a faculty workshop at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
Francoise Choay, L'urbanisine, utopies et realites: tine anthropologic (Paris: Seuil, 1965), 447.
Inter Parfums' Anthropologic 1922 Lily Sanguine Eau de Parfunn won in the Specialty Brand Women's category at the Fragrance Foundation's 40th Annual FiFi Awards.
There is an increasing demand for environmentally friendly technologies and processes in the chemical industry due to the growing concern about the irrevocable harmful anthropologic impact on the environment.
Edroma presented his anthropologic formula of integrity in relation to environments of traditional African societies that 'take God, the Creator, the traditional rural people and the natural and cultural resources as its integral components' (Edroma 2001).
Continuing with the ethnographic and anthropologic focus, in a gesture of friendship and respect, the ensemble and Okrand crafted a message to be sent to Qo noS, the Klingon home world, via decommissioned radio telescope.
com; Cranberry Salsa: METAL BASKET: Anthropologic of Ridgeland, 601.
Based on both anthropologic and ethnographic literature (Baker 1994; Blatter 1993) as well as anecdotal evidence from drug experience reports available on the Internet (Erowid 2010), we compiled a 14-item list of possible drug use purposes.
Cordain's studies suggest that, from an anthropologic viewpoint, man has not developed to be a plant eater and that optimal health is only achievable with a majority of the diet based on animal proteins.
Some anthropologic characteristics of elite female handball players at different playing positions.
The languages are inherited from the paternal lineage, while the anthropologic appearances are inherited from the maternal lineage.