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dissect

[də′sekt]
(biology)
To divide, cut, and separate into different parts.
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Sam Piri dissects pig organs in front of a live audience as part of the Anatomy Lab Live show which is coming to Cardiff next year
He has found that his school dissects fetal pigs in anatomy classes.
From the politics of child care in France to the consolidation of the private market model in America, Working Mothers and the Welfare State astutely dissects each implementation, exposing its strengths and weaknesses as well as its implications for future generations of mothers and children.
Taking issue with numerous demonstrably false writings about Jesus' trial that have been harmful to Christian-Jewish relations and dialogues, Jesus on Trial dissects the gospel account word by word at length, in full context of the social and political realities of the era.
He dissects each, drilling down to reveal the core failures--corporate culture, unpreparedness, overconfidence, etc.
I like to be the sort of person who dissects it and presents it, and hopefully in an inspirational and intelligent way.
dissects the flaws within the FDNY radio system, and also points out how these same flaws could be hampering American efforts in Iraq.
This book discusses and dissects all aspects of activated sludge solids separation problems.
Connecting the musical heritage of informal Florentine institutions and the aspects of patronage to the evolution of the madrigal, The Maecenas and the Madrigalist closely examines numerous madrigal excerpts (written in full music notation) and dissects history and art with college-level scrutiny.
The author even dissects the shorthand employed in text messaging and reveals that HAND has replaced the yellow smiley face as the way to say "Have a nice day.