Examples of dissection in a Sentence
the book's dissection of the problem of obesity in this country
Recent Examples of dissection from the Web
Placing a camera anywhere near Pac’s life would be open season for considerable dissection.
The first part amounts to a comprehensive dissection of profiteering in sector after sector of the health economy, buttressed by extensive reporting on the human impact of these developments.
From the invasion of Manchuria in 1931 until their surrender in 1945, Japan engaged in germ warfare, slave labor, mass rapes and dissection of live bodies for medical research.
That news, plus free copies of Rising Storm, a mercifully not-delayed-yet Divinity: Original Sin II release date, a technical dissection of Destiny 2's multiplayer back-end, Neill Blomkamp's experiments with Steam as a film platform, and more.
The cause was an acute ascending aortic dissection, said his wife, Patricia Roman.
Sometimes his children would be treated to science presentations at home, including frog dissections on the bedroom floor.
Larson was 35, and the cause of death was an aortic dissection.
Notably, Comey’s lengthy dissection of Clinton’s errors in that news conference offered Trump lots of ammunition to attack her.
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First Known Use of dissection
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Definition of dissection for Students
: the act of cutting something or taking something apart for examination
Medical Definition of dissection
1: the act or process of dissecting or separating: asa: the surgical removal along natural lines of cleavage of tissues which are or might become diseasedb: the digital separation of tissues (as in heart-valve operations)—compare finger fracturec: a pathological splitting or separation of tissue—see aortic dissection
2a: something (as a part or the whole of an animal) that has been dissectedb: an anatomical specimen prepared in this way
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