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anatomize

(ə-năt′ə-mīz′)
tr.v. anato·mized, anato·mizing, anato·mizes
To dissect (an animal or other organism) to study the structure and relation of the parts.

a·nat′o·mi·za′tion (-mĭ-zā′shən) n.
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The body was then taken to a hospital "to be dissected and anatomised according to the sentence".
Bishop's corpse - disembowelled, anatomised, stitched up with coarse twine - was exhibited for a penny per gawp.
Joan Hardwick has anatomised a disastrously dysfunctional family.
The subject of real-life crimes which Doyle 'investigated' - already anatomised in The Real World of Sherlock Holmes by Peter Costello (1991) and The Casebook of Sherlock Doyle by Harry Stone (1991) - is also treated.
The guitar parts were often sparse, never flashy; her lyrics, small town snapshots and diary entries recalling problems with men, pawkily anatomised.
Here, from all quarters -- and quarterers -- of the globe, are anatomised, from A to Z, 212 cases.