1. They are explainable as a species of mental atavism.
2. The authors consider that the distortion perhaps is atavism. Perhaps these transitions reflect the developmental process of the ovuliferous-scale in history.
3. Such an atavism is the consequence of the principles of economy in human thinking and sociocultural psychology as well as the internal selective mechanism of human language.
4. One striking example of an atavism is the human coccyx, or tailbone, which is a relic of the mammalian tail.
5. An individual or a part that exhibits atavism.
6. Imitation of the West seemed wiser than atavism, not least among Japanese, who in the 1930s dressed pan-Asianism in wolf’s clothing.
7. The crisscross-inheritance and atavism are two different concepts in essence. The crisscross-inheritance is a dynamic variation that pathogenic genes of X-chromosome vary with the X-chromosome.
8. The atavism appears in the crisscross inheritance as well as in the other genetic way.
9. Now we are not sure that he has atavism, because such a diagnosis needs more high-tech inspection.
10. I felt the shock of the old, of the Mummy smell, the atomised odour of atavism.
11. Together we developed the theory that cancer tumours are a type of atavism that appears in the adult form when something disrupts the silencing of ancestral genes.
12. The civilization craftsman mythology usually exceeds the originality craftsman mythology, though sometimes with the atavism.
13. If learning and gentility are signs of civilization, perhaps our almost-big brains are straining against their residual atavism, struggling to expand.
14. Atavism must be counteracted by the powers of the mind, and reaction is a form of atavism .