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- n. A scientist or physician whose speciality is osteology.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who is skilled in osteology; an osteologer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who is versed in osteology; an osteological anatomist.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an anatomist who is skilled is osteology
Project osteologist Jennifer Piehl takes a moment from her analysis to pose for a picture.
It was a busy session for her as project osteologist because of the number of burials and contexts involving the placement of human remains found toward the end.
It needs a surgeon or an osteologist and I'm neither. '
Jack, give us the lowdown, he said to the osteologist Tom had called earlier.
While the preparation of skeletons for the cabinet is sometimes undertaken by the general taxidermist it is more often the work of a trained osteologist.
Anatomists now declare that many of the bones are those of men, but this made no more difference in their healing efficacy in the Middle Ages than the fact that the relics of St. Rosalia at Palermo, famed for their healing power, have lately been declared by Professor Buckland, the eminent osteologist, to be the bones of a goat.
My reputation as an osteologist was not at that time so fully established as it later became, but I already had some reputation in this branch of surgery; and one evening a very dignified Hindu gentleman sought an interview with me, saying that a distinguished native noble, who was
The development of the limb from the fin offers no serious difficulty to the osteologist.
I'm no combination iv chemist, doctor, osteologist, polisman, an 'sausage-maker, that I can give ye an opinion right off th' bat.
When Prof. Buckland, the eminent osteologist and geologist, discovered that the relics of St. Rosalia at Palermo, which had for ages cured diseases and warded off epidemics, were the bones of a goat, this fact caused not the slightest diminution in their miraculous power.