anatomical details

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  • The relationships of the genus are not clear because many anatomical details remain unknown.
  • The two also differ in other anatomical details, such as the location and size of various body parts.
  • Thus, he does paint anatomical detail and uses new postures influenced by the new style.
  • The fossil has since become heavily pyritized, losing much of its original anatomical detail.
  • In contrast, other anatomical details are neglected or absent, especially arms and feet.
  • It can be distinguished from other hadrosaurids by a variety of anatomical details.
  • However, angiocardiography is still in use for selected cases as it provides a higher level of anatomical detail than echocardiography.
  • The doctor was called and described a deep incised wound, severing certain anatomical details. Cited from Essays in Rebellion, by Henry W. Nevinson
  • Craven said that he was very helpful on all the anatomical details.
  • While the mermaids lack anatomical detail, it was probably considered inappropriate for a modern audience.
  • Norman, who intends to complete this task, has revealed some new anatomical details in 2004.
  • These anatomical details most likely evolved from structures involved in locomotion even before the vertebrates ventured onto land.
  • But the history of the development of anatomical details, however important and desirable, is not the only history which can be written, nor is it essential. Cited from The Whence and the Whither of Man, by John Mason Tyler
  • It is notable for having over 90 teeth, but its other anatomical details are difficult to discern.
  • All three species are currently regarded as nomina dubia because they are based on fossil specimens that preserve very little anatomical detail.
  • He states that certain anatomical details suggest a shared Oriental origin, followed by a westward diffusion.
  • In an artistic sense, the man could not draw, and the anatomical details of the skull are ridiculous. Cited from John Thorndyke's Cases, by R. Austin Freeman
  • But any beginner at a life-school could have pointed out in the same statue endless deficiencies in anatomical detail. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 13, No. 76, February, 1864, by Various
  • Even if we cannot accurately portray the anatomical details of a single ancestral stage, can we perhaps discover what function governed its life and was the aim of its existence? Cited from The Whence and the Whither of Man, by John Mason Tyler
  • Subsequently anatomical details, patterns of garments, and so on were indicated by means of lines cut through the varnish with a sharp instrument. Cited from A History Of Greek Art, by F. B. Tarbell
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