- biologic assay,
- biologic evolution,
- biological accumulation,
- biological child,
- biological clock,
- biological control,
- biological engineering
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While no pregnancies have been reported yet, they are biologically possible as a result of the surgery.Lab-Created Vaginas, Successfully Implanted in Four Women, Function Normally|Charlotte Lytton|April 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It is clear that these cases contain a lot of biologically determined and socially perpetuated gender inequities.
Humans are biologically predisposed to falling in love, naturally selected to bend towards that most intense social emotion.
People in their 20s have come up in an Internet society, where they are perhaps thinking more than biologically, as Tim puts it.
A propensity to cry is, in part, biologically predetermined.
He is prepared to see that it is enough for the sex life of plants and animals that it be physically and biologically normal.The Social Emergency|Various
And as to priority, to perceive the kind of thing is (biologically) far more important than its individuality.The Origin of Man and of his Superstitions|Carveth Read
From an esthetic point of view this is very natural, but biologically the less pretentious mollusks are quite as interesting.The Sea-beach at Ebb-tide|Augusta Foote Arnold
This is biologically correct, though hardly gallant; and it is as old as Adam and Eve.Iconoclasts|James Huneker
None of the artists' ideas were even faintly plausible, biologically.Operation Terror|William Fitzgerald Jenkins