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  • Gymer18631943Vice-President, Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland. Lecturer on Anatomy at St Thomas's Hospital and the London School of Medicine for Women. Hunterian
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  • Oxford University, best known for his classic volume The Anatomy of Melancholy. The Anatomy of Melancholy “Burton, Robert,” in A Short Biographical
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  • Work (1914) Anatomy 92291The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Anatomy Anat'omy. It is a common mistake to suppose that anatomy applies only
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  • Science Monthly Volume 77 August 1910  (1910)  The Paleontologic Record III: Anatomy and Physiology in Invertebrate Extinct Organisms By Rudolf Ruedemann
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  • Britannica, Volume 6 Comparative Anatomy 9583751911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 6 — Comparative Anatomy COMPARATIVE ANATOMY, a term employed to designate
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  • Volumes: Preface Volume I: A - Anatomy Volume II: Anaxagoras - Athenry Volume III: Athens - Boissonade Volume IV: Bokhara - Canoe Volume V: Canon
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 13 Horn (anatomy) 8851041911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 13 — Horn (anatomy) HORN (a common Teutonic word, cognate
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  • jpg16411712English botanist The anatomy of vegetables begun (1672) An idea of a phytological history propounded (1673) The comparative anatomy of trunks (1675) Musaeum
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  • Classification 140580Library of Congress Classification Subclass QM: Human Anatomy is a classification used by the Library of Congress classification system
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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 1 Anatomy by Thomas Davis Merrigan 93605Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 1 AnatomyThomas Davis Merrigan (Gr.,
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  • the appointment was nominal, as he went to London, and there worked at anatomy under Wilson. After also visiting Paris, he returned to Edinburgh in 1800
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  •  (1895)  The Anatomy of Speed Skating By Robert Tait McKenzie 1231157Popular Science Monthly Volume 48 December 1895 — The Anatomy of Speed Skating
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  • natural history, afterwards concentrating his attention especially on human anatomy. In 1789 he passed as tutor into the family of Sir James Campbell of Aberuchill
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 1 Anatomy 12464141911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 1 — Anatomy ANATOMY (Gr. ἁνατομή, from ἁνα-τέμνειν, to cut
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  • Volume I A — Anatomy A – Ac Ad – Ak Al Am – An Editor's Advertisement Prefatory Notice   A. Aa, rivers, various European countries. Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle
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  • time during the intervening years to the teaching as well as the study of anatomy, in which branch of the profession he acquired a considerable reputation
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  • MilesAlexanderMilesMiles,_Alexander18651953Scottish surgeon and lecturer on anatomy and surgery. President of the Royal College of Surgeons. Manual of Surgery
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  • Anatomy of an Election II : Reinforcing prejudices - 2 February 2010 by Rajiva Wijesinha 602001Anatomy of an Election II : Reinforcing prejudices
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  • established himself as a lecturer on anatomy and surgery at Glasgow, his brother having given up his lectures on anatomy, owing to a body-snatching scandal
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  • father lived. He was appointed 'dissector' to Monro secundus, professor of anatomy in Edinburgh University, in 1777 (Medical Commentaries, iv. 242), having
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