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fascicle

[fas·i·kəl]
(botany)
A small bundle, as of fibers or leaves.
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In fact, the 2 neoplasms have a herringbone pattern; however the fascicules of spindle cells in LGSSNMF tend to be shorter.
See Maurice Faucon, La librairie des papes dAvignon, sa formation, sa composition, ses catalogues (1316-1420) d'apr'es les registres de comptes et d'inventaires des archives vaticanes, Bibliotheque des ecoles francaises dAthenes et de Rome, fascicules 43,50 (Paris: E.
Ainsi que plusieurs fascicules distribues au Centre Bahai et offerts par des membres.
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).
La 4e edition est maintenant disponible en quatre fascicules (3e edition pour le fascicule 1), en format d'impression et sur CD-ROM: Guide du praticien, Ottawa, Association des juristes d'expression francaise, 2007.
com; entries from all fascicules up to the penultimate (vol.
From the very beginning of ESCOP he has been involved in its scientific work and the preparation of harmonized monographs on efficacy and safety and medicinal use of plants, starting with the first five monographs in three languages in 1990 and followed by loose-leaf binders containing six fascicules, each of 10 monographs; later on by two hardback books in 2003 and 2009 and finally the preparation of the most recent online publication.
Receptacles subsectio Agardh) Tseng branched, arranged et Lu in cymes, ramuli arranged in groups of fascicules, with acuminate apex.
La multiplication dans les journaux ou les fascicules de primes, de loteries, de concours, explicitement fondes sur la recherche d'indices textuels, en aiguisait encore l'interet.
The Sermon, En Typologie des Sources du Moyen Age Occidental, Fascicules 81-83, Turnhout: Brepols.
Enhancement of the MRI signal after contrast administration can involve the fascicules of the nerve and the surrounding epineurium.