|(1514-1564) Flemish Anatomist who made discoveries about Human Anatomy which surpassed those made by Galen||Andreas Vesalius|
|(about a letter) minuscule, not in the capital form; pertaining to the lower case, not capital, put in small letters, small letters not capitals||lowercase|
|(about an area of land or a source of information) able to be mined (excavated, searched)||minable|
|(also known as Lviv) city in western Ukraine||Lvov|
|(Anatomy) part of the lower brain that resembles a stem and connects the brain to the spinal cord, part of brain joining spinal column||brainstem|
|(Anthropology) concept that all members of the human race have a single and shared origin||monogeny|
|(Anthropology) pertaining to anthropometry (measurement of the human body and its proportions)||anthropometric|
|(Biology) containing three or more times the normal number of chromosomes (about cells), cell that has three or more times the usual number of chromosomes (Biology), with multiple chromosomes||polyploid|
|(Biology) of a centromere, relating to a centromere (area of a chromosome)||centromeric|
|(Biology, Sociology) study of the relationship between organisms and their environment (especially pertaining to issues such as pollution), human ecology, relationship between an organism and the environment, study of organisms and the environment||ecology|
|(British) area painted in a building, painted surfaces||paintwork|
|(British) dark beer, alcoholic beverage; sour quality, difficult to accept, having an acrid taste, hostile, resentful, strong and sharp in taste, very cold||bitter|
|(British) tawdry, loud, cheap; shabby, worn-out, in poor condition||tatty|
|(Classical Mythology) one who is partly human and partly god; human who has been made into a god, human with powers of a god, minor god, somebody treated like god||demigod|
|(commonly used in its plural form: graffiti) drawing or writing which has been written or painted on a wall or other surface (usually in a public area), ancient inscription, written mark on wall||graffito|
|(Computers) programming language in which instructions are written in a clean language that resembles human language (and is later translated into machine language)||HLL (High Level Language)|
|(Computers) virtual "chalkboard", area on a display screen on which multiple users can write or draw (widely used in video conferencing), writing board for presentations||whiteboard|
|(Dentistry) four parts of the mouth (upper left, upper right, lower left and the lower right)||quadrants|
|(Department of) Health and Human Services||HHS|
|(Football) defensive or offensive players who are positioned behind the line or behind the linebackers; area in which the backfield are positioned, area of field, positions||backfield|
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