Compare this with the old Bertillon system of anthropometric measurements.
They were photographed, subjected to anthropometric examinations, and their finger prints taken, etc.
The anthropometric committee reported to the British Association in 1883 that women are little more than half as strong as men.
The main objective is a description of these people by means of anthropometric procedure.
An anthropometric estimate of the man fails to reveal any reason for the distinction of my aversion.
Of these most northerly peoples I have no anthropometric data.
Unfortunately for anthropometric science, most of the bones are too much decayed to be of practical value.
The heightened stature of women was a favourite topic in anthropometric circles long before the War.
Modern science assists them from the start with anthropometric examinations, and scientific methods are in use in every school.
May I tell you about your brain, which is at present in the possession of the anthropometric Society?
anthropometry an·thro·pom·e·try (ān'thrə-pŏm'ĭ-trē)
The branch of anthropology concerned with comparative measurements of the human body and its parts.
The study of human body measurement for use in anthropological classification and comparison. The use of such data as skull dimensions and body proportions in the attempt to classify human beings into racial, ethnic, and national groups has been largely discredited, but anthropometric techniques are still used in physical anthropology and paleoanthropology, especially to study evolutionary change in fossil hominid remains.