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fascicle

[fas·i·kəl]
(botany)
A small bundle, as of fibers or leaves.
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To demonstrate this point, Heginbotham opens her book by explaining that the placement of "They shut me up in Prose" and "This was a Poet" on facing pages of Fascicle 21 constitutes an important declaration of the "subversive and affective possibilities of poetry" (18).
A special angle-meter was used to define a deflection angle of muscular fascicles relative to the anatomical axis of the limb.
The present fascicles are the latest to appear in Wallner's edition of the Great Surgery in an English translation, based principally on MS New York, Academy of Medicine 12.
2013) demonstrated the relative contribution of different architectural parameters such as fascicle length and muscle thickness of vastus lateralis from different biomechanical, anthropometrical, and muscle architectural parameters in predicting 50-m sprint front crawl swimming performance in young male swimmers.
Outcome measures included fascicle length, pennation angle and muscle thickness.
To quantify strain, the intersection point between a selected fascicle and the deep aponeurosis was digitized in each US video sequence and its displacement was measured.
However, the onset of locking symptoms seems to be related to several factors, including insufficiency of the popliteomeniscal fascicles [7] and internal rotation of the knee joint [4].
FASCICLE A To bewitch B Organised political group C Bundle or bunch of branches, roots or fibres who am I?
Jugular foramen schwannomas (JFS) are benign slowly growing tumors that arise from the sheath of a nerve fascicle and account for 3% to 4% of all intracranial schwannomas.
The collection opens with a central portion of Sharon Cameron's 1992 book that was the first to abandon the until-then popular search for a single unifying narrative to explain the fascicles, inaugurating a new era of fascicle scholarship.
They are really fascicle because this is not how decisions should be taken about who should lead their parties," said Panda.