Relating to or described by Johann H. Glaser.

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gla·se·ri·an (gla-seґre-ən) named for Johann Heinrich Glaser (Glaserius), Swiss anatomist, 1629–1675, as glaserian fissure.

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  • glaserian fissure — glə]ˈzirēən , glä] noun Usage: usually capitalized G Etymology: glaserian from Johann Heinrich Glaser died 1675 Swiss anatomist + English ian : petrotympanic fissure …   Useful english dictionary

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