ascendens

as·cen·dens

(as-sen'denz), This form of the Latin participle is used with nouns of all three genders: masculine (ramus ascendens), feminine (pars ascendens), and neuter (colon ascendens).
Ascending. Going upward, ascending, toward a higher position.
[L.]

as·cen·dens

(ă-sendenz)
Ascending. Going upward, ascending, toward a higher position.
[L.]
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39) We ought to keep in mind that Schelling calls negative philosophy philosophia ascendens: "Negative philosophy is just philosophia ascendens (rising from the bottom), in virtue of what one has immediately to acknowledge that it can have only a logical meaning; positive philosophy is instead philosophia descendens (descending from the top).
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Que cadit ascendens, elata perit, peritura Erigitur, promota ruit, ruitura tumescit.
An abdominal X ray in October 2002 revealed a 6-mm rounded metal object in the colon ascendens.
A panoramic x-ray examination revealed multilocular radiolucency in the ramus ascendens and the angulus mandibula on the right (figure 1).
Location Patient Patient Tumor Sample of tumor gender age, years size, cm 1 Sigmoid M 75 4 2 Sigmoid M 74 3 3 Ascendens F 77 8 4 Sigmoid F 75 4 5 Ascendens F 81 3 6 Ascendens F 72 NR (b) 7 Rectum F 75 5 8 Ascendens F 72 NR 9 Rectum M 75 <1 (c) 10 Sigmoid M 78 5.
In the CT of the abdomen, a thickened wall of the colon ascendens, an enlarged caecum, slightly enlarged kidneys, approximately 500 mL of ascites, and enhancement of the peritoneum were found.
Factum est ergo vespere, et ascendens coturnix, cooperit castra.