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- ‘The French were not a single race either ethnically or anthropologically.’
- ‘To do that job, you need to be mentally disturbed, anthropologically different from the rest of humanity.’
- ‘This ethnic dichotomy is historically and anthropologically bogus.’
- ‘Future anthropologically oriented research should study why patients comply in the first place.’
- ‘The anthropologically derived questions are designed to elicit information about each of the six dimensions, providing a holistic spiritual assessment.’
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