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paleontologically

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a paleontological sense; from a paleontological point of view.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb In a paleontological manner.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He found much more than that, both paleontologically and otherwise.

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  • He found much more than that, both paleontologically and otherwise.

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  • I simply contend that those forces we do understand, in conjunction with microevolutionary evidence we do have, and a firm case both molecularly and paleontologically for common descent, make the evolution position more tenable. steve: "Surely more should be required for the non-teleological aspects of Darwinian theory to be accepted and taught."

    Analogy, How Scientifically Powerful is It?

  • I simply contend that those forces we do understand, in conjunction with microevolutionary evidence we do have, and a firm case both molecularly and paleontologically for common descent, make the evolution position more tenable.

    Analogy, How Scientifically Powerful is It?

  • I wonder if our age will leave anything remotely as interesting as dinosaur fossils for any paleontologically inclined beings 70 million years in the future?

    Think Progress » Exxon-Backed Pundit Compares Gore To Nazi Propagandist

  • You wonder if educators should let a thing like this be forgotten, or just lie down and let themselves be walked all over by paleontologically-challenged funeral directors.

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  • At the Cambridge conference, Louis had stated that his discoveries could be “dated geologically, palaeontologically, and archaeologically”—geologically, because they had been found in situ; paleontologically, because they had been discovered with the remains of extinct animals that were known from the Pleistocene; and archeologically, because stone tools of distinct cultural phases had also been found in the same horizons as the fossils.

    Ancestral Passions

  • At the Cambridge conference, Louis had stated that his discoveries could be “dated geologically, palaeontologically, and archaeologically”—geologically, because they had been found in situ; paleontologically, because they had been discovered with the remains of extinct animals that were known from the Pleistocene; and archeologically, because stone tools of distinct cultural phases had also been found in the same horizons as the fossils.

    Ancestral Passions

  • This can be shown paleontologically in any particular order.

    The Evolution of Man — Volume 2

  • If America be the oldest continent, paleontologically speaking, as

    The First Landing on Wrangel Island With Some Remarks on the Northern Inhabitants

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