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191 examples of dissections in sentences

The dissection of animals is not altogether pleasant, and requires much time; nor is it easy to secure an adequate supply of the needful specimens.

But, be it difficult or be it easy, if zoological science is to be properly studied, demonstration, and, consequently, dissection, must be had.

A good deal may be done, however, without actual dissection on the student's part, by demonstration upon specimens and preparations; and in all probability it would not be very difficult, were the demand sufficient, to organise collections of such objects, sufficient for all the purposes of elementary teaching, at a comparatively cheap rate.

Very few pages of his verse even aspire to perfection; hardly a stanza will bear the minute word-by-word dissection which only brings into clearer view the delicate touches of Keats or Tennyson; his pictures with a big brush were never meant for the microscope.

Careful dissection will demonstrate some thymus tissue even in a normal subject up to the fourteenth year.

The first dissection on record, is one in which Democritus of Obdera, was engaged, in order to ascertain the sources and course of the bile.

He began this new course of study by a diligent perusal of Vesalius, Bartholine, and Fallopius; and, to acquaint himself more fully with the structure of bodies, was a constant attendant upon Nuck's publick dissections in the theatre, and himself very accurately inspected the bodies of different animals.

Young writers may learn something of the secrets of Economy by careful revision of their own compositions, and by careful dissection of passages selected both from good and bad writers.

One or more of the muscles with their bundles of fibers, fascia, and tendons; are readily made out with a little careful dissection.

The dissection should be made a few days before it is wanted and the parts allowed to harden somewhat in dilute alcohol.

Take time for the dissection, and save the specimen in dilute alcohol.

Again, the foundation of physiology rests upon systematic and painstaking dissection of the dead human body and the lower animals, which mode of study very properly is not permitted in ordinary school work.

The Question of Vivisection and Dissection.

Nor is there any need of much dissection in the grammar-school grades.

A few simple dissections to be performed with fresh beef-joints, tendons of turkey legs, and so on, will never engender cruel or brutal feelings toward living things.

Instead of actual dissection, the pupils should examine specimens or certain parts previously dissected by the teacher,as the muscles and tendons of a sheep, the heart of an ox, the eye of a codfish, and so on.

Under the most exact restrictions students in these schools may be taught to make a few simple dissections.

The dissection of a sheep's heart.

From the Temple I wended northward to the adjacent College of Surgeons, where I spent a couple of profitable hours examining the "pickles," and refreshing my memory on the subjects of pathology and anatomy; marvelling afresh (as every practical anatomist must marvel) at the incredibly perfect technique of the dissections, and inwardly paying a respectful tribute to the founder of the collection.

I have never been in this part before, but in that enclosure beyond which opens at the end of Henrietta Street, there used to be and may be still, for all I know, a school of anatomy, at which I attended in my first year; in fact, I did my first dissection there.

He was familiar with practical anatomy, deriving his knowledge from dissection.

After this there are five years more Devoted wholly to medicine, With lectures on chirurgical lore, And dissections of the bodies of swine, As likest the human form divine.

Of these are many of the long and short stories setting forth in melodramatic pictures exceptionally good or exceptionally bad children; or exceptionally pathetic and romantic careers of sweet and refined Magdalens; minute and prolonged dissections of the processes of spiritual growth; equally minute and authoritative formulas for spiritual exercises of all sorts,"manuals of drill," so to speak, or "field tactics" for souls.

It is really rather amusing, this careful cold-blooded dissection of their feelings.

To read Swift's brutal "Letters to a Young Lady," and then to read Addison's "Dissection of a Beau's Head" and his "Dissection of a Coquette's Heart," is to know at once the secret of the latter's more enduring influence.

To read Swift's brutal "Letters to a Young Lady," and then to read Addison's "Dissection of a Beau's Head" and his "Dissection of a Coquette's Heart," is to know at once the secret of the latter's more enduring influence.

This spirit is exhibited chiefly in her ethical purpose, her scientific sympathies, and her minute dissection of character.

The tendency toward analysis and dissection is a result of scientific influence.

The articles in the Edinburgh Review were of a different sort from the polished and candid literary dissections which made Ste.-Beuve so justly celebrated.

Its merits are principally its illustrations, many of which are from original dissections, some of which are very good diagrams, others ordinary, and somesuch as the view of the human brain and spinal chord on page 282wretched.

In the University of Turin is a very good Cabinet d'Histoire naturelle, containing a great variety of beasts, birds and fishes stuffed and preserved; there is also a Cabinet of Comparative Anatomy, and various imitations in wax of anatomical dissections.

Percepts are given in relation; but concepts, being ideal dissections of the perceptual flux, are discontinuous terms which have to be related by an act of thought, because they were made for this very purpose of distinction.

We can claim the right of causal analysis, and assume that our dissections have laid bare the inner springs of the connection of events.

We could not but take notice in particular of that small Muscle which is not often discovered in Dissections, and draws the Nose upwards, when it expresses the Contempt which the Owner of it has, upon seeing any thing he does not like, or hearing any thing he does not understand.

We could not easily have forgiven you several Strokes in the Dissection of the Coquets Heart, if you had not, much about the same time, made a Sacrifice to us of a Beaus Scull.

On the whole, I am very glad that I am a mere surgeon, and that I can limit my dissections to men's bodies.

How and where he then obtained instruction or practice in his calling does not appear, though there is a gruesome story, recorded by his son, how a baby-subject for dissection was one day found in his cupboard by his landlady, who was hardly to be persuaded that it was not a lately lost infant of her own.

The fascination which his readers find in himreaders not perhaps found in the ranks of those who prefer their poetry on "hand-made paper"is really the result of the slow and patient dissection of motive and temptation, the workings of conscience, the gradual development of character.

He now decided to choose a profession, and had wellnigh concluded an agreement with two surgeons to study theirs, when he became disgusted with the meanness of the doctors, who had bought for dissection the body of a child of a poor tailor for six shillings, the price asked being six shillings and sixpence, from which they made the needy man abate the sixpence.

I sent the learned professor some perfectly truthful specimens, recently delivered here on the occasion of a surgeon from the fort digging up the body of an Indian woman for dissection.

No place in the United States affords so great opportunities for the acquisition of medical knowledge, subjects being obtained among the colored population in sufficient number for every purpose, and proper dissections carried on without offending any individual."

He was not aware, nor were his friends, of his wonderful powers of observation, dissection, and deduction.

The word neurotomy, however, used strictly, means the act or practice of dissection of nerves, and, when applied to the operation as practised to-day, describes only a step in the procedure.

If judiciously made, little else in the shape of dissection will be needed.

But we discover quite a different use of the pen in some large simple outlines of seated female figures at the Louvre; in thick, almost muddy, studies at Vienna, where the form emerges out of oft-repeated sodden blotches; in the grim light and shade, the rapid suggestiveness of the dissection scene at Oxford.

No place in the United States offers as great opportunities for the acquisition of anatomical knowledge, SUBJECTS BEING OBTAINED FROM AMONG THE COLORED POPULATION IN SUFFICIENT NUMBER FOR EVERY PURPOSE, AND PROPER DISSECTIONS CARRIED ON WITHOUT OFFENDING ANY INDIVIDUALS IN THE COMMUNITY!!"

No place in the United States offers as great opportunities for the acquisition of anatomical knowledge, SUBJECTS BEING OBTAINED FROM AMONG THE COLORED POPULATION IN SUFFICIENT NUMBER FOR EVERY PURPOSE, AND PROPER DISSECTIONS CARRIED ON WITHOUT OFFENDING ANY INDIVIDUALS IN THE COMMUNITY!!"

But Buffon, with the wayward negligence which clings to genius, did wrong to his friend in publishing an edition of his "Histoire Naturelle" without the dissections.

Nothing appeared, however, but saw-dust; although Fred had positively assured me that he had no doubt we would find a diamond ring, or a piece of money, at leastas people often did where they least expected it; and it was partly this consideration that led me to consent to the dissection, for we had made an agreement to divide the spoils.

I think that a delight in self-dissection must be a strong ingredient in the pleasure that many are said to take in confessing themselves to priests.

J.B. Lippincott & Co. Practical Dissections.

These essays much resemble Thackeray's dissection of Swift for their terrible sarcasm, their unmerciful criticism, and their minute unveiling of human weakness and hypocrisy.

They are careful dissections of motives and conduct, and full of a minute analysis of the moral and intellectual nature of her characters.

Glenn Wendell Starkey (A); 1Oct58; R222147. STARKS, EDWIN C. The dissection of the rat, by Edwin C. Starks and Richard D. Cutter.

Handbook of anatomy, from original dissections.

Dissection of the cat; to accompany Reighard and Jennings' Anatomy of the cat, by Jacob Reighard & H. S. Jennings.

Rev. with the addition of a Manual of regional dissection, by Rush Elliott.

Dissection of the cat.

Dissection of the cat.

Dissection of the cat.

Dissection of the cat; practical directions for the dissection of the cat and the study of its anatomy, to accompany Reighard & Jennings' Anatomy of the cat, 3rd edition revised.

Dissection of the cat; practical directions for the dissection of the cat and the study of its anatomy, to accompany Reighard & Jennings' Anatomy of the cat, 3rd edition revised.

How we live, a simple dissection of the economic body.

Mona Lisa's mustache: a dissection of modern art.

Shearer's Manual of human dissection.

The dissection of the rat.

Glenn Wendell Starkey (A); 1Oct58; R222147. STARKS, EDWIN C. The dissection of the rat, by Edwin C. Starks and Richard D. Cutter.

Handbook of anatomy, from original dissections.

Dissection of the cat.

JENNINGS, H. S. Dissection of the cat.

Dissection of the cat; to accompany Reighard and Jennings' Anatomy of the cat, by Jacob Reighard & H. S. Jennings.

Rev. with the addition of a Manual of regional dissection, by Rush Elliott.

Dissection of the cat; practical directions for the dissection of the cat and the study of its anatomy, to accompany Reighard & Jennings' Anatomy of the cat, 3rd edition revised.

Dissection of the cat; practical directions for the dissection of the cat and the study of its anatomy, to accompany Reighard & Jennings' Anatomy of the cat, 3rd edition revised.

CLARK, FRED G. How we live, a simple dissection of the economic body, by Fred G. Clark & Richard Stanton Rimanoczy.

How we live, a simple dissection of the economic body.

Shearer's Manual of human dissection.

It is to be regretted that Plattner's aversion to the idea of post-mortem dissection may postpone, perhaps for ever, the positive proof that his entire body has had its left and right sides transposed.

On each table stood a couple of glass jars containing the mangled vestiges of the crayfish, mussels, frogs, and guinea-pigs upon which the students had been working, and down the side of the room, facing the windows, were shelves bearing bleached dissections in spirits, surmounted by a row of beautifully executed anatomical drawings in white-wood frames and overhanging a row of cubical lockers.

Its only furniture is a marble table, on which the dissections take place, and a shelf on which are placed several bottles of chlorate.

It has no bony skeleton; nor did we, in our rather hasty dissection, discover any osseous structure whatever, except (as we were informed by one who afterwards inspected it) that there was one which stretched between the large fins.

This is one reason why Browning never shrank from the evil in the world, why indeed he expended so much of his mind and art on the analysis and dissection of every kind of evil, laying bare for us the working of the mind of the criminal, the hypocrite, the weakling, and the cynic; because he held that Only by looking low, ere looking high Comes penetration of the mystery.

We could not but take notice in particular of that small Muscle which is not often discovered in Dissections, and draws the Nose upwards, when it expresses the Contempt which the Owner of it has, upon seeing any thing he does not like, or hearing any thing he does not understand.

I have only mentioned in this Dissection such new Discoveries as we were able to make, and have not taken any notice of those Parts which are to be met with in common Heads.

Having already given an Account of the Dissection of a Beaus Head, with the several Discoveries made on that Occasion; I shall here, according to my Promise, enter upon the Dissection of a Coquets Heart, and communicate to the Public such Particularities as we observed in that curious Piece of Anatomy.

We could not easily have forgiven you several Strokes in the Dissection of the Coquets Heart, if you had not, much about the same time, made a Sacrifice to us of a Beaus Scull.

Galen was converted by his Dissections, and could not but own a Supreme Being upon a Survey of this his Handy-work.

Aside from all this laborious study of living animals, she obtained portions of dead creatures for dissection; also moulds, casts, and illustrated anatomical books; and, in short, she left no means untried by which she could perfect herself in the specialty she had chosen.

I know not, that by living dissections any discovery has been made by which a single malady is more easily cured.

There seems to be only one inferior pharyngeal bone below; but without dissection this could not be clearly made out.

At the medical school and hospital, lectures on Anatomy, Physiology, Surgery, and Medicine must be attended, and dissections on the human body, and clinics in the ward must be completed.

It is, that you, Thomas J. Wansley and Charles Gibbs be taken hence to the place of confinement, there to remain in close custody, that thence you be taken to the place of execution, and on the 22d April next, between the hours of 10 and 4 o'clock, you be both publicly hanged by the neck until you are DEADand that your bodies be given to the College of Physicians and Surgeons for dissection.

After the bodies had remained on the gallows the usual time, they were taken down and given to the surgeons for dissection.

There being no murder committed with the piracy, the laws of the United States do not authorize the court to order the bodies for dissection.

But in 1600, before these had appeared, a Paduan, Faustino Summo, published a set attack on and dissection of the play; while a certain Giovan Pietro Malacreta of Vicenza illustrated the attitude of the age with regard to literature by putting forward a series of critical dubbรฎ, that is, doubts as to the 'authority' of the form employed.

They were mere dissections: I suggested that he should call them 'Depreciations,' and he shivered, and I felt a brute.

It was decided to hold a post-mortemfirstly, to ascertain the cause of death; secondly, because it is easier to remove a dead cow after dissection than before.

Pity that his goodness should not bear dissection; that it should have no more life in it than a stuffed mannikin; that it should be just fit to scare crows with.

I made no more advance in the humble walks of learning than in those adorned by the dissection of flowers, the disruption of rocks, or the graces of composition.

In his logical dissections of error and defence of truth, a keener blade has seldom, if ever, leaped from its scabbard.