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It has far more than the best anatomical drawing in the most expensive textbooks. The Sun (2011)To generations of schoolchildren he was the artificial bag of bones on which they based their anatomical drawings and scientific studies. Times, Sunday Times (2015)As the anatomical drawing that greets visitors to this show makes plain, light linked directly to the soul. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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British English: anatomical ADJECTIVE
Anatomical means relating to the structure of the bodies of people and animals.
...minute anatomical differences between insects.
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