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6th Nov '17 5:15:42 PM lakingsif
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''Gray's Anatomy'' was first published in 1858 (then named ''Anatomy of the Human Body'') by Henry Gray. It is an "atlas" of the human body, consisting of detailed images of human anatomy. It has been continually published for over 150 years; as of the late 2010s it has reached its 41th edition. It is considered the authoritative source book for anything concerning anatomy.

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''Gray's Anatomy'' was first published in 1858 (then named ''Anatomy of the Human Body'') by Henry Gray. It is an "atlas" of the human body, consisting of detailed images and description of human anatomy. anatomy and its function. It has been continually published for over 150 years; as of the late 2010s it has reached its 41th 41st edition. It is considered the authoritative source book for anything concerning anatomy.
23rd Oct '17 12:09:20 AM LB7979
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''Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body'' was first published in 1858 by Henry Gray. It's been built on ever since. Currently in its [[LongRunners 40th edition]], it's considered the authoritative sourcebook for pretty much all anatomical issues.

The characters on the show '''''Series/GreysAnatomy''''' might have read it during med school, but no one knows due to all the [[EverybodyHasLotsOfSex screwing around]] going on there.

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[[caption-width-right:250:The 41st edition from 2015 (international edition; the U.S. edition is the same but with black background).]]

''Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body'' Anatomy'' was first published in 1858 (then named ''Anatomy of the Human Body'') by Henry Gray. It's It is an "atlas" of the human body, consisting of detailed images of human anatomy. It has been built on ever since. Currently in continually published for over 150 years; as of the late 2010s it has reached its [[LongRunners 40th edition]], it's 41th edition. It is considered the authoritative sourcebook source book for pretty much all anatomical issues.

anything concerning anatomy.

Not to be confused with TV series ''Series/GreysAnatomy'', though that show's name obviously is a pun on and reference to this book.

!!Gray's Anatomy provides examples of:

* TheAce:
The characters on de facto standard anatomy book for medical professionals and students, and the show '''''Series/GreysAnatomy''''' might have read it during med school, but no one knows due to all most well known (even outside of the [[EverybodyHasLotsOfSex screwing around]] going on there.medical world).
* LongRunners: Has been in print for over 150 years. The 41st edition was released in 2015, and the book still is ''the'' most authoritative anatomy book.
10th Jan '14 3:39:32 PM Kadorhal
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See also ChekovsGun.
31st Jul '13 12:07:43 AM Rotpar
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31st Jul '13 12:07:05 AM Rotpar
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* Appears as a common item in ''TabletopGame/ArkhamHorror''. It can be used to increase the value of monster trophies when you spend them.

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28th Jun '13 9:50:04 AM Rabukurafuto
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''Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body'' was first published in 1858 by Henry Gray. It's been built on ever since. Currently in its [[LongRunners 40th edition]], it's considered the authoritative sourcebook for pretty much all anatomical issues. Those who read it have less of a chance of [[YouFailBiologyForever Failing Biology Forever]]--[[DoorStopper if they don't go blind from eyestrain first]].

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''Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body'' was first published in 1858 by Henry Gray. It's been built on ever since. Currently in its [[LongRunners 40th edition]], it's considered the authoritative sourcebook for pretty much all anatomical issues. Those who read it have less of a chance of [[YouFailBiologyForever Failing Biology Forever]]--[[DoorStopper if they don't go blind from eyestrain first]].
issues.
5th Mar '13 12:30:17 PM Sheora
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The characters on the show '''''GreysAnatomy''''' might have read it during med school, but no one knows due to all the [[EverybodyHasLotsOfSex screwing around]] going on there.

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The characters on the show '''''GreysAnatomy''''' '''''Series/GreysAnatomy''''' might have read it during med school, but no one knows due to all the [[EverybodyHasLotsOfSex screwing around]] going on there.
5th Mar '13 12:30:00 PM Sheora
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* Appears as a common item in ''TableTopGames/ArkhamHorror''. It can be used to increase the value of monster trophies when you spend them.

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* Appears as a common item in ''TableTopGames/ArkhamHorror''.''TabletopGame/ArkhamHorror''. It can be used to increase the value of monster trophies when you spend them.
5th Mar '13 12:02:22 PM Sheora
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''Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body'' was first published in 1858 by Henry Gray. It's been built on ever since. Currently in its [[LongRunners 40th edition]], it's considered the authoritative sourcebook for pretty much all anatomical issues. Those who read it have less of a chance of [[YouFailBiologyForever Failing Biology Forever]]--[[DoorStopper if they don't go blind from eyestrain first]].

The characters on the show '''''GreysAnatomy''''' might have read it during med school, but no one knows due to all the [[EverybodyHasLotsOfSex screwing around]] going on there.

See also ChekovsGun.

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!!Examples:

* Appears as a common item in ''TableTopGames/ArkhamHorror''. It can be used to increase the value of monster trophies when you spend them.
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