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Definition of Manipulatory

Manipulatory
Manipulatory Ma*nip"u*la*to*ry, a. Of or pertaining to manipulation.

Meaning of Manipulatory from wikipedia

- various kinds of snails. Some kinds of tentacles have both sensory and mani****tory functions. A tentacle is similar to a cirrus, but a cirrus is an organ...
- is not simply human action, but rather social action. In humans the "mani****tory phase of the act" is socially mediated, that is to say, in acting towards...
- are particularly well adapted. Like raccoons, kinkajous' remarkable mani****tory abilities rival those of primates. The kinkajou has a short-haired, fully...
- Analyses of the Forearm Muscles of Cebus libidinosus (Rylands et al. 2000): Mani****tory Behavior and Tool Use". PLoS ONE. 6 (7/e22165): e22165. Bibcode:2011PLoSO...
- Noh-Varr would soon fall under command of Mar-Vell and the gene-based mani****tory broadcast used to mani****te the Kree into their service. Causing them...
- University Press (1988) Miles, R. C. (1958). "Learning in kittens with mani****tory, exploratory, and food incentives". Journal of Comparative and Physiological...
- scepter) and a helmet (which he refers to as the Crown) with oceanic mani****tory effects.[volume & issue needed] The trident can control lightning (referred...
- must be powerful as well, with tiny drones capable of very powerful mani****tory fields and forces. The Culture also uses various forms of energy mani****tion...
- active, curious, and playful. Selection may have favored certain kinds of mani****tory play. Sea otters belong to the order Carnivora, whose members possess...
- in Eliot's poetry, and it inevitably resulted in the presence of the mani****tory will that [C. K. Stead] has observed at works in the Quartets, and in...
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