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Use "dissector" in a sentence
"Having no key in Christ to the unity of Scripture, he becomes a critic of what he is pleased to call its fragments, that is, the dissector of a cadaver."
"News dissector Danny Schechter wrote two books and made the film, WMD (Weapons of Mass Deception) about media coverage of the war in Iraq."
"From coloured to negro to coloured again: Norris – American theatre's foremost dissector of liberal middle-class hypocrisy – points to the human tendency to burrow into language, to obscure unpleasant truths with names and labels."