“Having no key in Christ to the unity of Scripture, he becomes a critic of what he is pleased to call its fragments, that is, the dissector of a cadaver.”
“News dissector Danny Schechter wrote two books and made the film, WMD (Weapons of Mass Deception) about media coverage of the war in Iraq.”
“From coloured to negro to coloured again: Norris – American theatre's foremost dissector of liberal middle-class hypocrisy – points to the human tendency to burrow into language, to obscure unpleasant truths with names and labels.”
“There's the tireless dissector of reality TV culture, video artist Gillian Wearing; king of libidinal bodily performance art Matthew Barney; and Tom Burr, an artist with a gift for drawing out the latent sex appeal of art, buildings and fashion.”
“A simple dissection would have provided the answer, but "... the small size of the species, not to mention want of instruments and skill in the dissector" forced Lowe to resort to a series of experiments almost all of which involved the keeping of the subject snails in sea or fresh water or outside of water for various periods.”
“At the height of his career, Joseph-Guichard Duverney (1648-1730), a professor of anatomy at the Jardin du Roi in Paris and the “chief dissector” of the Paris Academy of Sciences, was famous for his public lectures and especially, dissections, not only of various animals, but also of humans that had sometimes been obtained by bribing the gravediggers.”
“At his side was Dr. Dixon, the head researcher/dissector.”
“It is like asking a high school dissector of frogs to perform brain surgery.”
“That the logo marks the 83rd anniversary of Farnsworth's image dissector camera tube and the transmission of its first picture.”
“Your news dissector is now appearing with some regularity on Iran's Press TV, Russia Today and Al Jazeera as opposed the Daily Show and MSNBC.”
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