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fascicle

[fas·i·kəl]
(botany)
A small bundle, as of fibers or leaves.
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[31.] Dubuffet, Biographie au pas de course, 48; also relevant is "Studio Log 3 January 1947," Antonin Artaud aux houppes (Antonin Artaud with Tufted Hair), reprinted in Jean Dubuffet and Max Loreau, Catalogue des travaux de Jean Dubuffet, fascicule III, 79; and in Andreas Franzke, Dubuffet, trans.
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, selon les bahais, le message vehicule a travers ces autres religions est legitime et bon, mais il est adapte a une epoque aujourd'hui revolue (Hatcher et Martin 1984; McGlinn 2005; Warburg 2006; ainsi que la majorite des fascicules, sites Web et sources de presentation de la foi bahai).
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.
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.
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.