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fasciculus

 [fah-sik´u-lus] (pl. fasci´culi) (L.)
a small bundle or tract, especially of nerve or muscle fibers. Called also fascicle.
cuneate fasciculus of medulla oblongata the continuation into the medulla oblongata of the cuneate fasciculus of spinal cord.
cuneate fasciculus of spinal cord the lateral portion of the dorsal funiculus of the spinal cord, composed of ascending fibers that end in the nucleus cuneatus.
gracile fasciculus of medulla oblongata the continuation into the medulla oblongata of the gracile fasciculus of spinal cord.
gracile fasciculus of spinal cord the median portion of the dorsal funiculus of the spinal cord, composed of ascending fibers that end in the nucleus gracilis.

fas·ci·cle

(fas'i-kĕl),
A band or bundle of fibers, usually of muscle or nerve fibers; a nerve fiber tract.
Synonym(s): fasciculus (1) [TA]

fascicle

/fas·ci·cle/ (fas´ĭ-k'l)
1. a small bundle or cluster, especially of nerve, tendon, or muscle fibers.
2. a tract, bundle, or group of nerve fibers that are more or less associated functionally.

fascicle

(făs′ĭ-kəl)
n.
1. Botany A bundle or cluster of stems, flowers, or leaves.

fas′ci·cled adj.

fascicle

fas·ci·cle

(fas'i-kĕl)
A band or bundle of fibers, usually of muscle or nerve fibers; a nerve fiber tract.
Compare: fasciola
Synonym(s): fasciculus (1) [TA] .

fascicle

a small bundle or cluster, especially of nerve or muscle fibers.
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Fascicule 2: the ceramics, the metalwork and the wood.
Nonobstant la finalite ideologique de la publication de cette oeuvre, le fascicule (72 pages : reimprime en 1987 par Librairie Livre service) a le merite de vouloir codifier certains chants berberes a l'epoque, exposer les fondements scientifiques de la musique amazighe et reconnaEtre l'originalite de la formation des compositeurs/chefs de troupes (rais).
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Eduandrea selloana can be characterized by its terrestrial habit, thick rhizome with an abundant root system; abaxial surface of the leaf, scape and primary bract covered with a thick layer of white tricome in contrast with the glabrous adaxial surface, green leaves and blades with entire foliar margins; well elevated inflorescence above the foliar rosette, with narrow primary bracts that don't form outlying or central tanks and without the capacity of storing water; rachis partially visible in the basal portion of the inflorescence because of the fascicule separation; biporate and supoliporate pollen with reticule exine, and subglobose fruit bigger than the ovaries, green with persistent chalice (Brown & Leme, 2005) (Figure 2).
1, Fascicule 2, Science Press, Beijing, China, 1979.
2, tome 1, fascicule 4 (Heidelberg: Winter, 1980): 67-72.
e] siecle (Rome : Ecole francaise de Rome, 1988); le fascicule monographique de Meridiana 19 (1994) dedie a la Nobilta; G.
Fielding's target here is the crudest conceivable form of serialization: the part-issue of encyclopaedic texts divided according to the logic of production rather than reception, so that a subscriber's weekly or monthly purchase would be simply a fascicule of so many sheets, often beginning and ending in mid-sentence, with no regard to the integrity of the individual unit.
81 Everything begins (here again is a beginning), if I'm not mistaken, on the next-to-the-last page of the fourth fascicule of the Oulipian Library, a volume of homage (posthumous) by the Oulipo, entitled "To Raymond Queneau.