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anthropological

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  • adj. Relating to anthropology.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Pertaining or relating to anthropology, or the natural history of man: as, anthropological facts; the Anthropological Society.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. of or concerned with the science of anthropology

Etymologies

anthropology +‎ -ical (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • I like the term anthropological SF much better which I have also seen used for the series.

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  • Betty has à master degree in anthropological Geography And I have à degree in international relations.

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  • I'm one of those who finds the word "culture" more a hindrance than a help in anthropological inquiry.

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  • But that kind of remark suggests, at least to me, that he shared with Sibley a certain anthropological illiteracy, as well as a tendency to erect straw men.

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  • As a Japanese female having engaged in long-term anthropological fieldwork in African rural areas I suggest the OP might consider a much wider audience and context in which the products might be consumed than as suggested in 1. or 2.

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  • Even more compelling, long-term anthropological studies initiated at Harvard in the 1980s show that teenage turmoil begins to appear in societies within a few years after those societies adopt Western schooling practices and are exposed to Western media.

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  • I know of no single instance in anthropological literature of a community where illegitimate children, that is children of unmarried girls, would enjoy the same social treatment and have the same social status as legitimate ones.

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  • A wild variety of capsicum has been found in anthropological sites in the Tehuacan valley, in south central Mexico, dating from 7200 to 5200 B.C.

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  • Although the top priority of the identification lab and the DNA lab will always be identifying unknown soldiers, both labs 'mtDNA expertise have been instrumental in anthropological and historical dating, trial evidence and most recently in identifying victims of the Sept. 11 Pentagon and Flight 93 tragedies, Holland said.

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  • I think Anonsters makes a good point related to mine — it’s not like Arabs are this primitive people who need to be explained in anthropological terms.

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