I read anthropometry of Algerian Women and Optimum Handle Height for a Push-Pull Type Manually Operated Dryland Weeder.
There was a photographic apparatus at the Morgue as at the Prfecture, used for anthropometry.
Considerable importance in anthropometry is attached to the study of the nose.
I am going to headquarters to ask them to send experts in anthropometry.
The field of the measurement of physical traits is dignified by the name "anthropometry."
anthropometry, the systematic examination of the height, weight, and other physical characteristics of the human body.
We shall catch our criminals by anthropometry ere ever a criminal thought has entered their brains.
These full and clear remarks seem even more applicable to the method of finger prints than to that of anthropometry.
anthropometry an·thro·pom·e·try (ān'thrə-pŏm'ĭ-trē)
The branch of anthropology concerned with comparative measurements of the human body and its parts.
The study of human body measurement for use in anthropological classification and comparison. The use of such data as skull dimensions and body proportions in the attempt to classify human beings into racial, ethnic, and national groups has been largely discredited, but anthropometric techniques are still used in physical anthropology and paleoanthropology, especially to study evolutionary change in fossil hominid remains.