Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete or dialectal form of shell.
“I dunno-I find it amazing when people pass judgement on the content of areas not their own, whether it is physicians or engineers or chemists such as Skell talking about evolutionary biology, or judging the work of climate scientists.”
“However, Susan Hyon as the voice of Skell is noticeably weak in defining that imposing creature.”
“The fisherman in the folk tale and Skell, the "Librarian" of the underworld are wonderfully created by the team at Puppet Kitchen.”
“NAS member Phillip Skell helps us wrap our minds around this limitation.”
“Skell: Though many critics won't want to admit it, The Edge of Evolution is very balanced, careful, Â¬and devastating.”
“Skell is much like a broken record, sending out spamming the same text over and over again.”
“The twisting route taken by the Skell around the abbey precincts compounds the problem and the rushing water rips out loose masonry, carves out deep channels in the river bed and undermines sections of river wall.”
“I think a crisp rejoinder to Skell and other naysayers concerning the utility of evolutionary biology is to point out that there is a well-known historical incident that shows us what happens when a government decides to politically mandate the content of evolutionary biology and adopt a teleological view of adaptation instead.”
“With relation to Carbene chemistry, he formulated the “Skell rule”, which rates a paragraph in an introductory university level text on organic chemistry I picked up.”
“The Discovery Institute identifies Skell as a “professor emeritus of biochemistry.””
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