anatomy[ uh-nat-uh-mee ]SEE DEFINITION OF anatomy
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I had to describe the little ones with the minuteness of anatomy.
Its use has practically been superseded by the study of anatomy.
His legs were the only part of his anatomy which seemed to him as long as his nose.
As picture teaches the coloring, so sculpture the anatomy of form.
Michael Angelo maintained, that, to an architect, a knowledge of anatomy is essential.
When either one exposed any portion of his anatomy the other would shoot.
She married a professor of anatomy, and brought all her wealth to him as a dower.
Dr Tulp's Anatomy, painted in 1632, is the most famous of this period.
Thus his physiology and anatomy had to be derived mainly from animal sources.
That means we simply describe the facts once more in the terms of anatomy.