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- adj. Alternative spelling of dissectable.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being dissected, or separated by dissection.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being dissected.
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The company's 3-D materials include a periodic table, dissectible fetal pigs and a deconstructable V-8 engine.
Sir William Wilde (father of Oscar) took one of these courses, and later wrote of Vienna that there "are many opportunities to gain knowledge" in the field of anatomy "as the supply with dissectible bodies is plentiful."
Mark Penn, …is a pollster, and pollsters tend to look at campaigns as a series of dissectible data points that either attract voters or drive them away.
Mr. Penn, on the other hand, is a pollster, and pollsters tend to look at campaigns as a series of dissectible data points that either attract voters or drive them away.
If the model is dissectible, study the arrangement of the cell-bodies (gray matter) and the distribution of the fiber bundles (white matter).
Examine a dissectible model of the human abdomen (Fig. 75), noting the form, location, and connection of the different organs.
Fig. 137 — Model for demonstrating the brain (dissectible).
* — Examine a dissectible model of the ear, locating and naming the different parts.
In showing the relations of the different parts of the heart, a large dissectible model is of great service (Fig. 24).
Examine a dissectible model of the chest and its contents (Fig. 49).