vivisector


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viv·i·sec·tion·ist

, vivisector (viv'i-sek'shŭn-ist, vi-vi-sek'tŏr),
One who practices vivisection.

viv·i·sec·tion·ist

, vivisector (viv'i-sek'shŭn-ist, -sek'tŏr)
One who practices vivisection.

vivisector

(vĭv-ĭs-ĕk′tor) [″ + sector, a cutting]
One who practices vivisection.
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According to The Vivisector, art itself is bodily, a sublimated emanation of the flesh.
In addition to vivisectors such as Bernard, Victorian society also gave birth to legislation against animal cruelty, with the SPCA founded in 1824, the Vegetarian Society in 1847, and the antivivisectionist movement during the 1870s.
Unlike Patrick White's handling of the artist Hurtle Duffield in The Vivisector, Malouf does not attempt to describe in detail any of his mythical painter's works.
And just as the antiterrorist does violence in the name of peace, so too the vivisector does violence in the name of medical progress.
After a lengthy search, vivisectors and vivisectionists failed to respond to my challenge to find one human patient whose life has been saved by animal experiments.
By refusing to allow the police to prosecute this vivisector Jack Straw is showing contempt for the law.
IF you do know the identity of this cruel vivisector who apparently broke the law in regard to the mouse he was experimenting upon, then you should surely disclose it to the police.
I agree that human beings should treat all animals with respect and that vivisectors who break the law should be punished.
Home Secretary Jack Straw knows the name of the callous vivisector responsible for this breach of the Protection of Animals Act 1911.
Home Secretary Straw knows the identity of the vivisector but won't give details to the police.
VIVISECTORS are claiming, in a pitiful attempt to defend what they do, that the Advertising Standards Authority frequently finds in their favour.
Harlan Laboratories own two beagle sites, one in Loughborough, which houses "donor beagles" whose blood is sold to vivisectors, and another in Cambridge, which breeds beagles for sale to laboratories and universities across the world.