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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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These new patents strengthen the company's IP portfolio of anatomically fit expandable devices and demonstrate its continuous commitment to innovation.
"Not only is it anatomically designed to allow for easier suction and patient comfort, the material is also safer for patients and can withstand strong force, such as jaw clenching during seizure episodes," Ramini said.
An anatomically accurate and life-size model made of rubber composite was used for this study.
The baker stunned the judges with her carefully crafted and anatomically correct piece, which weighed around 10kg and took 300 hours to construct.
In the last series, this task led to a debate about what exactly constitutes an anatomically correct skeleton, and this year looks set to be just as fractious, as one half of each team gets to work in Kent, while the rest attempt to source their items in France.
Anatomically correct in every detail, Sights to make a maiden aunt quail.
In an extensive review of recent Neanderthal research, University of Colorado Boulder researcher Paola Villa and co-author Wil Roebroeks, an archaeologist at Leiden University in the Netherlands, make the case that the available evidence does not support the opinion that Neanderthals were less advanced than anatomically modern humans.
We also meet Barbie Ramos of the family company FemSkin who make anatomically accurate suits for customers all over the world - including Joel from Essex and his friend Tiff.
He finds that the complementarity argument-that men and women are anatomically different and thus meant for certain sexual and social roles--is not really biblical in nature.
This time predates the age of the oldest known anatomically modern human fossils.
A rare case of anatomically corrected malposition of the great arteries with bilaterally absent conus and ventricular septal defect is presented.
It is especially effective for treating children and adults with anatomically complex tumors such as at the base of the skull and those along the spinal cord.
The new divergent lineage, which was found in an individual who submitted his DNA to Family Tree DNA, a company specializing in DNA analysis to trace family roots, branched from the Y chromosome tree before the first appearance of anatomically modern humans in the fossil record.
Professor Can Ince added: "Rudoph's nose is red because it is richly supplied with red blood cells and is anatomically and physiologically adapted for reindeer to carry out their strenuous annual flying duties for Santa Claus."
The discovery shows that anatomically complex brains evolved earlier than was previously thought