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nervure

Any one of the ribs of a groined vault, but esp. a rib which forms one of the sides of a compartment of the groining.
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A la charniere des deux salles, les nervures d'une arantele recouvrent l'angle des murs : des filins, animes d'un souffle subtil, s'entremelent avec des traits a la mine.
The larvae were removed to a new piece of this artificial diet on a daily basis until pupation, and the following parameters were subsequently analyzed: percent of adult emergence, duration of immature stage (from egg hatch to adult emergence), egg production during the pre-oviposition period, which is the time until females start laying eggs (15 females from each strain), and adult size (estimated by measuring the wing nervure, [R.
Le premier eclat produira un negatif avec une nervure longitudinale qui servira de guide pour le retrait de I'eclat suivant, adjacent, et ainsi de suite.
Foucault notes the ways in which late-eighteenth century medicine is informed by pathological anatomy such that its modes of perception are "haunted by that absolute eye that cadaverizes life and rediscovers in the corpse the frail, broken nervure of life" (166).
Its ideological nervure of disaffiliation and vagrancy situates the postmodern subject under the obligation to interrogate the foundational in the beginning and all such archetypal myths.
titre indicatif, le service comprend, dans sa configuration actuelle, un rseau urbain constitu de 6 lignes dont 2 lignes de nervure, 2 lignes structurantes, une ligne de maillage et une ligne de rocade (communes de Mont de Marsan et Saint-Pierre-du-Mont) d~une longueur totale de 52 km; une navette de centre ville; un service de transport la demande (ensemble des communes non desservies par le rseau urbain, service en rabattement sur le cur d~agglomration); des transports scolaires (une dizaine de circuits).
The flat insect wings can reveal much information on wing shape and allow for the insertion of various anatomic markers formed mainly in nervure intersections (Grodnitsky, 1999).
Talauma ovata (Magnoliaceae) is a perennial species (ANTUNES; RIBEIRO, 1999) whit glabrous leaves and reticulate nervure, simple blades with entire margins and an acute apex and base.