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plutocracy
government by the wealthy
ethnography
descriptive antrhropology
aristocratic
one with tastes, meanners, wealth, etc. of the upper class
synopsis
a brief general review or summary
misogamy
one who hates marriage
chronoscope
an instrument for precise measurement of small time intervals
endoscope
an instrument for examining usually the inside of a hollow organ
plutocrat
one who's wealth is the source of control or influence
myopia
nearsightedness
necropsy
postmotrem examination
ethical
conforming to the professional standards of conduct
aesth, esth
sensation; feeling; perception
phil
love
anesthesiology
the specailization of giving anesthetics
ethnic
as of a group of people having common customs, characteristics, language, etc.
thanatopsis
meditation upon death
hemophilia
a hereditary disorder in which blood fails to clot normally
misanthropy
a person who hates or distrusts all people
ethn
nation; people
microscopic
so small as to be invisible or obscure except through a microscope
eth
character; custom; habit
miso
hate; hatred
philology
an old term used for linguistics
bibliophile
a lover and collector of books
Philadelphia
city and port in SE PA whose name means city of brotherly love
op, opt, ops
sight; view; eye
ethical
conforming to the professional standards of conduct
philogyny
love for women
plut
wealth
scop, scept, skept
look at; see; examine
aristo
best
aristocracy
a privledged ruling class
philanthropic
a desire to help mankind
ethnology
branch of anthropology that deals studies societies or language
misogynist
hatred of women
philanthropy
to engage lightly in love affairs
anesthetic
a drug or gas used to produce anethesia