- anthraquinone dye,
- anthropic principle,
Origin of anthropic
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This observation has led to one of the most divisive points in modern physics: the anthropic principle.The 6 Smartest Ideas From Stephen Hawking's New Book|Joshua Robinson|September 10, 2010|DAILY BEAST
But upon the loftier level of anthropic interests, less of harmony prevailed, and more of hot contention.Perlycross|R. D. Blackmore
Those in the lower of the anthropic layers consist of twenty-three species of quadrupeds and some bones of birds.The Meeting-Place of Geology and History|Sir John William Dawson
"pertaining to man," 1836, from Greek anthropikos "human," from anthropos "male human being, man" (see anthropo-). Related: Anthropical (1804).