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secund

[′sē‚kənd]
(botany)
Having lateral members arranged on one side only.
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For this reason, the author of "Joc secund" / Second Game rejects Tudor Arghezi's poetical formula, which he metaphorically characterizes as "poetry that is sadder than matter, which has been thrown from the orbits of the communicating stars, and bypasses black, degraded suns.
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The assize trying Marabel Cowper in Orkney in 1624, working through her dittay (indictment) point by point, produced the following findings: "Fyllis [that is, convicts] hir in the secund poynt of dittay conforme to the dittay sworne and that sho gave hir furth to have knawledge in that sho said sho sould lay hir lyff for him....
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17) entire, ovate-lanceolate, narrowing to a slender, channeled acumen, falcate, occasionally but not always secund, sometimes spreading in a form similar to Amblystegium riparium; costa pronounced, extending above midleaf; upper median cells of leaf (Fig.