My hunting knife, honed as fine as the edge of a microtome blade.
There's a microtome in the laboratory here, but I might take weeks to get on terms with it.
Murt found Phyllis Sutton at the microtome, finishing a wax section, and showed her the bulletin.
I leave the problem to the masters of the microtome and the scalpel.
After hardening, sections were obtained of the paint film by means of a microtome.
If a microtome takes a liking to you, she'll work herself to the bone while you merely rest your hand on the lever.
The method of using this microtome can be understood by reference to the illustration.
The demonstrator turned, walked slowly back past the microtome, and left the laboratory by the preparation-room door.
Henceforth I'll keep to the strictly neutral 'it' when I mention a microtome.
When cold, the sections may be cut in any of the ordinary forms of microtome.
microtome mi·cro·tome (mī'krə-tōm')
An instrument that is used to cut a specimen, as of organic tissue, into thin sections for microscopic examination. Also called histotome.