Their patron is the wealthy Lord Batterstone, a high-society phrenologist obsessed with expanding his anatomical collection.
The nude of the 19th century was often a tool for anatomical study: an intellectualized and idealized approach to physiognomy.
And there, [in his hand is] another piece of an anatomical joint.
anatomical effects can be revealing of what happened to the airplane itself.
If your heart isn't in a liaison, resist indulging other anatomical parts.
Other criticism might be made on the anatomical proportions of the subjects.
Some of his models have been preserved in the anatomical Museum at Heidelberg.
Ottolenghi has recently investigated the anatomical mancinism of criminals.
There was no anatomical defect—Dr. Custer was right about that.
That ripeness of the ovum upon which Thurys theory insists, lies in the nature of the ovum apart from any anatomical signs.
anatomical an·a·tom·i·cal (ān'ə-tŏm'ĭ-kəl) or an·a·tom·ic (-tŏm'ĭk)
Concerned with anatomy.
Concerned with dissection.
Related to the structure of an organism.