anatomic

[ an-uh-tom-i-kuh l or an-uh-tom-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF anatomic
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I can mention but few of the names most eminent during this Anatomic Period, and but a short account of the life and work of each.

It is the pyramidal bulk of human nature with its finest brain, true to anatomic principles, at the top.

These anatomic and physiological facts may easily be observed in the chromacea, which are found everywhere.

The skin was covered with purple wales, crossing each other like the arteries in an anatomic plate!

Unlike the artists of the anatomic school, she makes the model for herself—hence the perfect correspondence of its parts.

They prudishly despised the anatomic study of the human figure, of landscape and chiaroscuro.

See the distinction between the "sciences physiques" and the "sciences physiologiques" in the "Anatomic Générale," 1801.

An anatomic union between two bones; the surgical union of two surfaces by stitches.

Yes, sir; both in anatomic pathology and in clinical pathology in 1955.

Furthermore, the anatomic relations of the fowl are such as to preclude its presence.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ANATOMIC

structural

adjectivefundamental
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