He might dissect, anatomize
, and give names; but, not to speak of a final cause, causes in their secondary and tertiary grades were utterly unknown to him.
where the body parts anatomize
the act of sculpture.
The team harnessed the power of three telescopes to anatomize
the ancient galaxies.
Scribes who anatomize
interesting, unfamiliar callings often win recognition, cf.
Vesalius himself offers a recipe for preparing bodies for dissection, and he tells us that Galen was reluctant himself to flay the apes he was about to anatomize
. (16) Vesalius himself displays no such hesitation.
..." The result is straightforward recollection mixed with hallucinated prose poem, a militant Futurism articulated in what translator Stephen Sartarelli describes as an "often antiquated style." The book finds room to deify his mother, anatomize
his painful convalescence, recall his boyhood and remembered landscapes, eulogize his daughter, and conjure dripping faucets, walks in the Venice fog, violets and violins.
The fourteen essays here examine Spenser's place in the literary genre and anatomize
the aims, techniques, and achievements of his creator.
this tangle that yields a skein of woolen skeletons
Jahnke's ambition here is to anatomize
political guilt through a mythic supra-narrative: What happens to puerile leaders like George W.
It's probably quite apt, therefore, that the book to hit the stands during this odd period should be Wealth and Democracy, by Kevin Phillips--a warning against a second "Gilded Age," to be sure, but written by someone who has always been able to anatomize
populism and class envy from a Republican point of view.
Peter Davies, Senior Lecturer in history in the University of Huddersfield, takes the FN seriously and attempts systematically to assess it with more objectivity than the generality of current observers, academics and journalists, who, mostly, dismiss it as a fascist grouping, a dismissal that Mr Davies characterizes as 'not just an insult but a gross misconception.' He proceeds to anatomize
a movement nearly three decades old that, as a self-proclaimed outside force in French politics, offers a nationalistic programme that has made the established parties not only take notice but also address the issues raised by the FN.
The tendency of the New Sciences to anatomize
the body, female and male, and the contemporary fascination with human fairground `freaks', is surely Swift's point here.