[ANSTHRLD] If Whole when Part? A CD Question

radei at moscowmail.com radei at moscowmail.com
Wed Dec 5 12:12:41 PST 2007

> The head of a minotaur is a bull's head and cannot be distinguished as
> a minotaur without the remainder of the creature. (LoAR 25 Jan 87, p.
> 18).....................

Actually, there is a difference between a Bull head and a Minotaur head.  Anatomically a bulls skull is oriented parallel to the spine<So the head faces down>, but in a bi-ped the skull is perpandicular to the spine<so that the head faces forward instead of up>.

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