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to separate into parts for study

Synonyms for dissect

cut open or cut apart

make a mathematical, chemical, or grammatical analysis of

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You will get to: | Dissect a real head and brain sample | Dissect the pulmonary system | Dissect the heart and greater blood vessels | Dissect and observe the gastrointestinal tract | Dissect and observe the structure of the limbs What is the meal?
And what are we teaching kids - dissect them at school and then what's to stop him from going home and doing it to any other animal?
The air breaks through the superior constrictor pharyngeal muscle and finds its way easily into parapharyngeal neck spaces, where it dissects potential fascial planes of the neck.
Photo: ``Scream 2,'' with Neve Campbell, left, and Courteney Cox, includes an intentionally ludicrous film within a film that dissects the elements of the slasher genre and serves them up in a deliciously grotesque manner.
union theory, and so much more, On Consciousness carefully dissects grand mysteries into bite-sized conundrums for personal contemplation.
Once injected, the fluid dissects along the ranula and creates a bloodless and safe dissection plane within a few minutes.
This heavily researched book carefully dissects the events and aftermath of 9/11 and looks toward the future, as new structures for the site are contemplated.
And through serpentinely worded, stylized episodes involving crushes, family pets, Pinocchio, and the removal of his tonsils, Morrison dissects a gay identity that always was--even if it wasn't intuited at the time.
The June issue of Energy Tribune dissects the energy policies of the country's top five environmentalist groups - Greenpeace, Sierra Club, Environmental Defense, National Audubon Society and the National Resources Defense Council.
A scholarly accounting that dissects the flaws of philosophies that compromise individuals' and society's ability to strategically plan and enact social change, The Postmodern Prince searches for ways to enable societal transformations based upon humanitarian ethics and principles.
An intrductory chapter dissects home heating components and describes the basic equipment that's available to most people.
Using its survey of 279 branch managers, this Bank Attitudes to Consumer Credit in Western Europe report dissects these issues by analyzing bank attitudes across seven major markets in Western Europe.