from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A practitioner of vivisection.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A vivisectionist.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who practises vivisection.
Strindberg, which would hardly be possible in any case; she emphasises it, though, it may be by a warning instinct rather than by deliberate intention, she carefully avoids calling Strindberg a "vivisector," using instead the less appropriate term "dissector."
But White never intended a biography: his painter was made up of bits of Nolan, of other artists and of White himself; the paintings drew chiefly on those of Francis Bacon, the ultimate "vivisector", and a friend.
Jerry Vlasak is a board certified trauma surgeon, a former vivisector, and a seasoned animal liberation activist who speaks, writes and debates on behalf of nonhuman animals.
In the corporatist state's legal system, which principally serves to protect profit and property, an activist who killed a factory "farmer," a vivisector or a hunter would be punished as a murderer.
As my close colleague, Dr. Jerry Vlasak, surmised --- and I back him 100% on this --- the assassination of a vivisector or two would probably save millions of nonhuman animal lives.
He is a trauma surgeon in Los Angeles, a militant animal rights activist, a former vivisector turned renowned critic of vivisection, a scientific advisor to groups like Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty (SHAC) and In Defense of Animals, and a founder and Press Officer for the North American Animal Liberation Press Office.
Similarly, the scientific vivisector only demonstrates that "nothing is heinous or revolting now,/And murder wears no brand upon its brow!"
‘Ah, if I could only turn self-vivisector, and watch the operation of my heart, I should know!’
A locked enclosure on a lonely island, a notorious vivisector, and these crippled and distorted men?
“You forget all that a skilled vivisector can do with living things,” said Moreau.
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