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anatomy

anatomy  

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The study of the structure of living organisms, especially of their internal parts by means of dissection and microscopical examination. Compare morphology.
Dionysius

Dionysius  

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(c.170), Bp. of Corinth. Several of his letters are described by Eusebius. Feast day in the E., 8 Apr.
Herodian

Herodian  

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Son of Apollonius (13) Dyscolus, of Alexandria (1), grammarian at Rome under M. Aurelius. He wrote works on the accentuation of the Iliad and Odyssey, and of Attic. These he ...
morpheme

morpheme  

The smallest distinctive unit of a language having a definite grammatical function. For example, unhappiness contains three morphemes: un- (a morpheme denoting negation) + happi (happy) + -ness (a ...
physiognomy

physiognomy  

1. The physical appearance of one's face.2. The assessment of someone's character or personality from their face and other external bodily features.
syntax

syntax  

The arrangement of words and phrases to create well-formed sentences in a language. Recorded from the late 16th century, the word comes via French or late Latin from Greek suntaxis, from sun- ...

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