analytical

[ an-l-it-ik or an-l-it-i-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF analytical

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The “Analytical Review” praised her in a long and leading criticism.

Analytical or dogmatic, comparative, anecdotical or facetious?

Analytical anthropology has led to other and often unexpected results.

Analytical details as to the efficiency of this process have not been given.

Meantime the retainer goes round, like a gloomy Analytical Chemist: always seeming to say, after 'Chablis, sir?'

In full sight of whom, the malignant star of the Analytical has pre-ordained that pain and ridicule shall befall him.

For the borax beads and the qualitative separation of copper from other metals, see Chemistry: Analytical.

It was too much like Analytical Geometry and Calculus for the popular mind, or even for any but a few patient thinkers.

The pages of the Analytical Review abound in important articles from his pen.

Analytical obstacles had to be encountered so formidable as to appear invincible even to such a mathematician as Airy.

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