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fascicle

[fas·i·kəl]
(botany)
A small bundle, as of fibers or leaves.
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Even a cursory glance at the material for Fulda's two <<catchment areas>> reveal significant differences in territorial development: the transmitted fascicules dealing with the middle Rhine reveal a landscape where pagi had clear boundaries and were consistently used to locate settlements and properties, further east such labels as used less routinely, and charters frequently located property within more localised settlement areas (the Aschfeld, the Gozfeld, the Tullifeld, the Buchwald, all on occasion referred to as pagi) rather than the larger geographical units (the pagi of the Grabfeld and the Saalegau) which defined the <<official geography>> of the region (15).
The history of CPD has been discussed in a number of prefaces to the volumes and fascicules of CPD, and also by Prof von Hiniiber in his article "The Critical Pali Dictionary: History and Prospects," in the work just cited (pp.
28) En aout 1887, le xe fascicule, entierement compose de poemes en vers et en prose de Mallarme, permet une plus large diffusion de l'oeuvre du poete francais en Belgique.
Some of these talks, as well as a number of papers that were not presented at the conference, appear in a special edition of Revue des etudes slaves (LXXXI (2010), fascicule 1) devoted to the centennial.
38) En 1908 elle avait notamment redige un fascicule sur la prophylaxie de la maladie, envoye en 200 exemplaires au ministere des colonies.
Henard, 'Le champ de Mars et la galerie des Machines : le parc des sports et les grands dirigeables', Fascicule 4, Etudes sur les transformations de Paris (Paris, 1904), p.
Sciences et Techniques en Perspective 9(2e serie, fascicule 2): 143-242.
The starting element in searching the integration solution is the experience in installation, calibration and use of water multi fascicule systems.