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- adv. Pertaining to the anatomy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an anatomical manner; by means of dissection.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an anatomical manner; as regards structure; by means of anatomy or dissection.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with respect to anatomy
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Joanna Baillie was well connected to the medical and scientific discourses of her day that placed women in anatomically and socially inferior roles.
That is hardly what I would call anatomically correct.
Looking at Life anatomically, which is as good a way as any, she was preordained to be a Shoulder.
So-called anatomically modern humans are thought to have emerged somewhere in Africa some
As primarily a driving game, it's not mega-detailed, but the zombies are what you might call anatomically correct, in the sense that they aren't cartoonish.
Although gene flow between different populations need not be bidirectional, it has been shown that when a colonizing population (such as anatomically modern humans) encounters a resident population (such as Neandertals), even a small number of breeding events along the wave front of expansion into new territory can result in substantial introduction of genes into the colonizing population as introduced alleles can “surf” to high frequency as the population expands.
You were mocking a very poorly-done (lumpy icing!) cake that uses unappealing icing (black), is "anatomically" incorrect (no beach), may (or may not) be pointing the finger at the right firm, and appears to be celebrating a disaster.
Just because homosexuality is not "anatomically" natural, is it necessarily "morally" wrong?
The dancer, with her eyes shut and lips slightly parted, is in the posture we associate with the can-can—except that her legs are at an awkward, anatomically almost impossible, position to each other.
The models contain miniature anatomically correct figures in poses, like a man whose tie blows in the wind.
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