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- adj. of, or relating to anthropometry
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- adj. Pertaining to anthropometry.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining or relating to the proportions of the human body; relating to anthropometry.
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- adj. of or relating to anthropometry
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Such information, called anthropometric data, includes details such as height, weight and key physical specifications of people who are likely to drive or be driven around in the car.
The TMA, or "anthropometric," model was designed under the U.S.
They stripped naked so that every dimension of their bodies could be measured for "anthropometric" analysis, a kind of whole-body phrenology based on the premise that stock character types could be seen from body proportions.
For a true estimation of the association, accurate "anthropometric" measurements are necessary.
Jocelyne Dudding, 'Shifting images: Using' anthropometric 'photographs in museum display':
It explores how anthropometric methods of photography were followed in some instances, and resisted or ignored in others, why other photographs were recontextualised and used as 'anthropometric', and how contemporary artists have responded to such classification.
This paper discusses the historic use of 'anthropometric' photography in the collecting and classifying of information of human bodies.
Jatla M, Bokhari A, Bierly P, Russo P, Verma R. Serologic, anthropometric, and laboratory correlation with degree of intestinal damage at diagnosis in pediatric celiac disease; comparing diabetics versus non-diabetics.
For the first time since 1988, engineers at the Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center in Massachusetts are doing an anthropometric survey of thousands of troops to better gauge body shapes and measurements within the Army's force.
They stripped naked so that every dimension of their bodies could be measured for “anthropometric” analysis, a kind of whole-body phrenology based on the premise that stock character types could be seen from body proportions.