cadaver dogs have been known to give “false positives,” but one study found them to be accurate more than 90 percent of the time.
A new study claims to have found the elusive spot in the cadaver of an 83-year-old woman.
For what seemed to Mary an interminable time, the cadaver clung to the polished steel.
Cremate the cadaver together with the board upon which it is fixed.
Some other Universities had to be content with the cadaver of a single criminal per annum for the whole body of students.
She had caught a rat, killed it, and laid the cadaver in the door.
They had taken a cadaver from the refrigerator and stood it in a certain position.
I got up and looked at his cadaver a long time, then went to bed again.
He is handed a case to experiment on, just as a medical student is handed a cadaver to dissect.
The most unnatural and quite the most despicable being the throwing into the Tiber by Cæsar Borgia the cadaver of his brother.
cadaver ca·dav·er (kə-dāv'ər)
A dead body, especially one intended for dissection.