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A dissected plateau is a plateau area that has been severely eroded so that the relief is sharp. The Allegheny Plateau, the Cumberland Plateau, the Ozark Plateau, the Catskill Mountains, and the Blue Mountains are examples of dissected plateaus formed after regional uplift. — “Dissected plateau - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
The dissected frogs are most commonly from the Rana genus. The court ruled that mandatory dissections were permissible, but that Graham could ask to dissect a frog that had died of natural causes rather than one that was killed. — “Dissection - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
The Dissected Till Plains are physiographic sections of the Central Lowlands province, The Dissected Till Plains were formed by pre-Wisconsin glaciations during the Pre. — “Dissected Till Plains - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
His glance, more penetrating than his bistouries, looked straight into your soul, and dissected every lie athwart all assertions and all reticences. — “Madame Bovary” by Gustave Flaubert
A surgeon purchased my body, carried me home, and dissected me. — “Candide” by Voltaire
Certain peculiarities of formation and colour, and the extraordinary phenomenon of hirsute bushes upon your cheeks and chin, denoting in you a species of An distinct alike from our own race and any known race of barbarians yet extant, would attract, of course, the special attention of the College of Sages in whatever community of Vril-ya you visited, and it would depend upon the individual temper of some individual sage whether you would be received, as you have been here, hospitably, or whether you would not be at once dissected for scientific purposes. — “The Coming Race” by EGEL Bulwer-Lytton
Now I love you for this–and 'tis this delicious mixture within you which makes you dear creatures what you are–and he who hates you for it–all I can say of the matter is–That he has either a pumpkin for his head–or a pippin for his heart,–and whenever he is dissected 'twill be found so. — “Tristram Shandy” by Laurence Sterne
Oh, the license of judgments is a great disturbance to great affairs! forasmuch as every one has not the firmness of Fabius against common, adverse, and injurious tongues, who rather suffered his authority to be dissected by the vain fancies of men, than to do less well in his charge with a favourable reputation and the popular applause. — “Essays” by Michel de Montaigne