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  • adj. Pertaining to paleontology, characteristic of paleontology.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as paleontological.


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paleontology +‎ -ic


  • They're simply based strictly on empirical evidences, * including* the accumulated paleontologic and genetic data on hand, and of course, rational unbiased thought.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Mayr made a lot of field work in New Guinea as ornitologist and taxonomist, and Gould not only studied and described thousands of fossils but discovered new paleontologic sites of primary importance.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Analysis of stratigraphic and paleontologic data including fossil identifications, depending upon the specific expertise of the successful applicant

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • Although fossils from the Las Vegas Formation are abundant, paleontologic studies of this amazing assemblage are still in the early stages.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Among its fundamental conceptions, there must be no confusion between what is certain and what is more or less probable. 65 But, pending the construction of a surer foundation than paleontology now possesses, it may be instructive, assuming for the nonce the general correctness of the ordinary hypothesis of geological contemporaneity, to consider whether the deductions which are ordinarily drawn from the whole body of paleontologic facts are justifiable.


  • Some years ago one of your Secretaries pointed out another kind of positive paleontologic evidence tending towards the same conclusion — afforded by the existence of what he termed


  • And they have extraordinarily fascinating paleontologic evidence to show how this happened?


  • My paleontologic specialty is extinct Arthropoda and Mygalomorphae.

    Deception Point

  • That it should have been a mere piece of guess-work on the part of Moses, or any other writer of his time, -- covering, as it does, so many particularities of statement, all according with the exact observations of geologic science, and supported by paleontologic records, -- requires quite as much credulity of judgment as to accept it for divinely inspired truth.

    Life: Its True Genesis

  • Our geologic and paleontologic records are becoming richer in materials, more interesting in details, and more authentic in character, every year.

    Life: Its True Genesis


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