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the anatomy, especially the comparative anatomy, of animals. the dissection of animals. Historical Examples For further study of the nervous system see Parker’s “zootomy,” pp. 122-130. Elementary Zoology, Second Edition Vernon L. Kellogg Even if done in her own name, and for her own objects, it would still be but an inhuman and intolerable form […]
any of various symbiotic yellow-green or yellow–brown algae in the cytoplasm of certain radiolarians and marine invertebrates.
any of various symbiotic yellow-green or yellow–brown algae in the cytoplasm of certain radiolarians and marine invertebrates. n. 1889, from German (Brandt, 1881), from comb. form of Greek zoion “animal” (see zoo) + xantho- (see xanthous) + Latin suffix -ella.
a friend of Job. Job 2:11. Historical Examples Zophar hints, what is very true, that our judgment of our own conduct is imperfect. Expositor’s Bible: The Book of Job Robert Watson So the poem runs on to the end of the first answer to Zophar. Short Studies on Great Subjects James Anthony Froude Zophar had […]