Anthroponomy
Anthroponomics An`thro*po*nom"ics, Anthroponomy An`thro*pon"o*my, n.] [Gr. ? man + ? usage, law, rule.] The science of the laws of the development of the human organism in relation to other organisms and to environment. -- {An`thro*po*nom"ic*al}, a. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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