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anatomy
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Moby Dick
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  • Thus speak of the whale, the great Cuvier, and John Hunter, and Lesson, those lights of zoology and anatomy.
  • But it may possibly be conceived that, in the internal parts of the whale, in his anatomy—there, at least, we shall be able to hit the right classification.
  • Nay; what thing, for example, is there in the Greenland whale’s anatomy more striking than his baleen?
  • But some specimen bones of it being taken across the sea to Owen, the English Anatomist, it turned out that this alleged reptile was a whale, though of a departed species.
  • Did erudite Stubb, mounted upon your capstan, deliver lectures on the anatomy of the Cetacea; and by help of the windlass, hold up a specimen rib for exhibition?

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  • The anatomy of the frog is similar to that of a person.
  • She got an "A" in her anatomy class.

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