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  • To these anatomical factors certain others must be added. Cited from Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900, by George Henry Makins
  • These anatomical changes lead, among others, to changes in voice production, breathing, and olfaction.
  • These anatomical divisions interest you only as they are identified with conscious mental action on the one hand and unconscious mental action on the other. Cited from Psychology and Achievement, by Warren Hilton
  • These anatomical details most likely evolved from structures involved in locomotion even before the vertebrates ventured onto land.
  • These anatomical specializations have earned birds their own class in the vertebrate phylum.
  • Browne argued that these anatomical differences were lacking and that such essential differences between human beings and animals did not exist.
  • A short investigation will serve to show how very much these anatomical ideas, which have been stamped as rules, are below the essential requisites of poetry. Cited from Lectures on Dramatic Art, by A. W. Schlegel
  • These anatomical modifications clearly evolved to handle the lack of buoyancy experienced on land.
  • These anatomical features made swimming easier and faster.
  • It is perhaps to these anatomical differences that the diverse action of the same poison, in the case of races or species, may be attributed. Cited from Scientific American Sup. No. 303, by Various
  • These anatomical models are so numerous and so exact that, since the human body does not change with the times, a medical student could learn everything from them in the most gentlemanly way possible. Cited from A Wanderer in Florence, by E. V. Lucas
  • The organization of these anatomical pathways helps clarify the role the cerebellum plays in motor as well as non-motor functions.
  • These anatomical traits, which are important for filtering blood, could be adaptations to deep diving.
  • These anatomical boundaries make it continuous with the retropharyngeal space.
  • His cousin Robert shared these anatomical lessons; but as Robert was a good violinist, the two boys spent more time over music than over osteology. Cited from The World's Great Men of Music, by Harriette Brower
  • Julia finds these anatomical details painful, and holds her hands deprecatingly; but Laura has no such qualms. Cited from Angels and Ministers with Other Victorian Plays, by Laurence Housman
  • Yet in all these anatomical respects some of the apes differ less from him than from the lower apes or "half apes." Cited from The Whence and the Whither of Man, by John Mason Tyler
  • Several authors have proposed that Michelangelo concealed anatomical images in this fresco and that these anatomical images account for its unusual features.
  • In these anatomical characteristics certain invariable, or slightly variable, elements are met with, to change which the lapse is necessary of geological ages. Cited from The Crowd, Study of Popular Mind, Gustave le Bon 1
  • One study suggested that these anatomical modifications may have enabled pristichampsids to walk on their hind limbs for brief periods of time, making them possible facultative bipeds.
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