Bodies may refer to:

  • The plural of body
  • Bodies (TV series), BBC television program
  • "Bodies" (Law & Order), 2003 episode of Law & Order
  • BODIES... The Exhibition, exhibit showcasing dissected human bodies in cities across the globe
  • Bodies, 1977 play by James Saunders (playwright)
  • Bodies, 2009 book by British psychoanalyst Susie Orbach

In music:

  • "Bodies" (Drowning Pool song), 2001 metal song by Drowning Pool
  • "Bodies" (Sex Pistols song), 1977 punk rock song by the Sex Pistols
  • "Bodies" (Little Birdy song), 2007 indie rock song by Little Birdy
  • "Bodies" (Robbie Williams song), 2009 pop song by Robbie Williams

Other articles related to "bodies":

Splinter - Types
... According to the AAFP, some of the most common foreign bodies contracted by people fall into two official classes Biological splinters, and Nonbiological Splinters ... Within the class of biological splinters such foreign bodies include bone, fish spines, teeth, and wood ... Common cases of exotic foreign bodies include sea urchins, insect stings, stingray spines, and even grenade shrapnel ...
Oil Body - Oil Bodies in Vascular Plants
... Some species of vascular plants also contain intracellular structures called oil bodies ... Vascular plant oil bodies consist mainly of triacylglycerols surrounded by a layer consisting of phospholipids and the protein oleosin ... These oil bodies occur largely in seeds but also occur in other plant parts, including leaves ...
History Of Scientific Method - Emergence of Inductive Experimental Method - Newton's Rules of Reasoning
... The qualities of bodies, which admit neither intension nor remission of degrees, and which are found to belong to all bodies within the reach of our experiments, are to be esteemed the universal qualities of all ...
Otto Bollinger
... He is credited with describing the inclusion bodies found in tissue cells in fowlpox ... These bodies contain the fowlpox virus, and are now referred to as "Bollinger bodies" ...

Famous quotes containing the word bodies:

    What is wanted—whether this is admitted or not—is nothing less than a fundamental remolding, indeed weakening and abolition of the individual: one never tires of enumerating and indicting all that is evil and inimical, prodigal, costly, extravagant in the form individual existence has assumed hitherto, one hopes to manage more cheaply, more safely, more equitably, more uniformly if there exist only large bodies and their members.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    “There are bees in this wall.” He struck the clapboards,
    Fierce heads looked out; small bodies pivoted.
    We rose to go. Sunset blazed on the windows.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    The universal principle of etymology in all languages: words are carried over from bodies and from the properties of bodies to express the things of the mind and spirit. The order of ideas must follow the order of things.
    Giambattista Vico (1688–1744)