As preyer puts it, the activity of the cerebrum is a sort of respiration, while its repose is a sort of asphyxia of this organ.
Curarine was first separated by preyer in a crystalline form in 1865.
preyer for three years studied the life of his babe and so became an authority upon the child mind.
Dr. preyer has observed that a hamster sometimes goes five minutes without breathing appreciably after a fortnight's sleep.
This second volume contains the further investigations of Professor preyer on the mind of the child.
preyer generally agrees with him in extending the idea of life to the whole universe, and conceiving it as an organism.
Even when preyer injected a cubic centimetre of 60 per cent.
preyer, Lehmann, and others have proved that these movements are influenced in a high degree by the predominant presentations.
In the twenty-fourth month preyer's child began spontaneously to dance to music and to beat time correctly.
preyer shows that the outstretched hand drew small, more or less faithful, copies of figures which were vividly presented.
mid-13c., "animal hunted for food," also "that which is taken in war," from Old French preie "booty, animal taken in the chase" (mid-12c., Modern French proie), from Latin praeda "booty, plunder, game hunted," earlier praeheda, related to prehendere "to grasp, seize" (see prehensile).
c.1300, "to plunder, pillage, ravage," from prey (n.) and in part from Old French preer, earlier preder (c.1040), from Late Latin praedare, from praeda (see prey (n.)). Its sense of "to kill and devour" is attested from mid-14c. Related: Preyed; preying.