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fascicle definition

  • noun:
    • A small bundle.
    • among the parts of a book posted in split areas. Also known as fascicule.
    • Botany big money or cluster of stems, flowers, or leaves.
    • See fasciculus.
    • big money or group.
    • : big money of skeletal muscle tissue fibers surrounded by connective structure.
    • A small bundle.
    • : A cluster of flowers or leaves, for instance the bundles of the slim leaves (or needles) of pines.
    • the areas of a book published in separate sections. Also called fascicule.
    • : A discrete bundle of vascular structure.
    • Botany big money or cluster of stems, blossoms, or leaves.
    • See fasciculus.
    • A discrete element of a book granted or posted independently.
    • big money or group.
    • a tiny bundle or collection; a concise group.
    • One of the divisions of a book posted in parts; fasciculus.
    • : big money of skeletal muscle fibers in the middle of connective tissue.
    • big money; a small collection or attached group; a cluster.
    • : A cluster of flowers or leaves, for instance the packages regarding the thin leaves (or needles) of pines.
    • In mosses, the muscle of elongated cells taking the host to fibrovascular bundles in the nerves, etc.
    • : A discrete bundle of vascular tissue.
    • In zoology and anatomy, a fasciculus.
    • A discrete part of a novel issued or published individually.
    • A part of a printed work: only a few imprinted or written sheets bound collectively. Additionally, in most senses, fasciculus.
    • A small bundle or collection; a concise cluster.
    • a bundle of fibers (especially nerve fibers)
    • the divisions of a novel posted in components; fasciculus.
    • an installment of a printed work
    • big money; a tiny collection or connected team; a cluster.
    • In mosses, the tissue of elongated cells using the host to fibrovascular packages in nerves, etc.
    • In zoology and structure, a fasciculus.
    • an integral part of a printed work: only a few imprinted or written sheets bound collectively. In addition, in most sensory faculties, fasciculus.
    • big money of materials (especially nerve materials)
    • an installment of a printed work
    • a tiny bundle.
    • One of the elements of a novel published in individual sections. Also called fascicule.
    • Botany a lot of money or cluster of stems, blossoms, or leaves.
    • See fasciculus.
    • a lot of money or group.
    • a little bundle.
    • one of many areas of a book published in split sections. Also known as fascicule.
    • : A bundle of skeletal muscle mass materials surrounded by connective muscle.
    • Botany a lot of money or cluster of stems, plants, or leaves.
    • : A cluster of plants or leaves, such as the bundles associated with the thin leaves (or needles) of pines.
    • : A discrete bundle of vascular muscle.
    • See fasciculus.
    • A discrete section of a novel issued or posted individually.
    • a lot of money or cluster.
    • : A bundle of skeletal muscle materials surrounded by connective structure.
    • : A cluster of blossoms or leaves, such as the packages of this thin leaves (or needles) of pines.
    • : A discrete bundle of vascular structure.
    • A discrete element of a book granted or published individually.
    • A small bundle or collection; a tight cluster.
    • among divisions of a novel posted in parts; fasciculus.
    • A bundle; a small collection or attached team; a cluster.
    • In mosses, the tissue of elongated cells taking the host to fibrovascular bundles in the nerves, etc.
    • In zoology and structure, a fasciculus.
    • a little bundle or collection; a compact group.
    • One of the divisions of a book published in components; fasciculus.
    • big money; a little collection or attached group; a cluster.
    • In mosses, the tissue of elongated cells taking the place of fibrovascular packages inside nerves, etc.
    • In zoology and anatomy, a fasciculus.
    • part of a printed work: only a few printed or written sheets bound together. Also, in all senses, fasciculus.
    • a lot of money of materials (especially nerve fibers)
    • an installment of a printed work
    • an integral part of a printed work: a small amount of imprinted or written sheets bound collectively. Also, in every senses, fasciculus.
    • big money of materials (especially nerve materials)
    • an installment of a printed work
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