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Word: dissection

Definition: analysis; cutting apart in order to examine


Sentences Containing 'dissection'

A day later when the dissection was about to be started, the students found out that Greene had a faint pulse and was weakly breathing, and with the help of restoratives she soon regained her health.
An attack of hæmoptysis occurring while he suffered from a dissection wound compelled him to take a rest for two years.
Even poor Maritornes, with her deplorable morals, has a kind heart of her own and "some faint and distant resemblance to a Christian about her;" and as for Sancho, though on dissection we fail to find a lovable trait in him, unless it be a sort of dog-like affection for his master, who is there that in his heart does not love him?
If detected in time, the larva can be removed from a pumpkin in time to save the fruit, by careful dissection and removal of the larva and its feces.
Management of MEN2 patients includes thyroidectomy including cervical central and bilateral lymph nodes dissection for MTC, unilateral adrenalectomy for unilateral pheochromocytoma or bilateral adrenalectomy when both glands are involved and selective resection of pathologic parathyroid glands for primary hyperparathyroidism.
On their MySpace, they cite Satyricon, Emperor, and Dissection as their influences.
One which I kept alive was certainly in this condition, the cause, as appeared on dissection, having been inflammation of the nictitating membrane.
Rizzo frees Gonzo from the dissection table while the rats attack Dr. Phil Van Neuter where Singer and General Luft witness the attack.
She was, however, sentenced to death for murder, and on 14 December 1650 was hanged at Oxford. At her own request, several of her friends pulled at her swinging body, and struck severe blows, so as to make sure that she was dead, and after the usual interval she was cut down, and after being pronounced dead by the prison doctor, was given over to the medical students for dissection.
Systems analysis is the dissection of a system into its component pieces to study how those component pieces interact and work.
The controversial Dissection frontman Jon Nödtveidt openly spoke about his "chaos-gnostic" satanic beliefs, being a member of the Misanthropic Luciferian Order, and called his band "the sonic propaganda unit of the MLO".
The most common and most effective treatment is surgical removal of the gallbladder (cholecystectomy) with part of liver and lymph node dissection.
The quills were also used for card paper and dissection pins long after the Romans actively bred and raised hedgehogs.
This, however, did not prevent him from being present in the Medical Society, where he mentioned to Dr. Duncan the dissection he had made, and promised the next day to furnish him with an account of all the circumstances in writing.
While musically inspired by early black metal acts such as Burzum and Darkthrone, as well as Heavy Metal bands such as Black Sabbath and Celtic Frost, their lyrics focus on misanthropy, destruction, hate, Anti-Cosmic Satanism and death resembling the older lyrics of melodic black/death metal band Dissection.

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