sectio

sec·ti·o

, pl.

sec·ti·o·nes

(sek'shē-ō, sek-shē-ō'nēz),
In anatomy, a subdivision or segment.
[L.]

sectio

/sec·tio/ (sek´she-o) pl. sectio´nes   [L.] section.

sec·ti·o

, pl. sectiones (sek'shē-ō, -ō'nēz)
anatomy A subdivision or segment.
[L.]

sectio

pl. sectiones [L.] section.
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In a transverse sectio within these valleys, the bottom is nearly level, or rises bu very little towards either side.
He also told the court he "could not disagree" that implementing a casualty clearing area on a sectio of the pitch would "probably" have saved lives.
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Csaszar, Extremely disconnected generalized topologies, Annales Univ Budapest, Sectio Math, 47(2004), 151-161.
Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie-Sklodowska Sectio D: Medicina 57(2):570-582, 2002.
179-237) reproduces verbatim his earlier article, "Beust, Andrassy et la Question de la Mer Noire 1870-71," Annales universitatis scientiarium Budapestisensis de Rolando Eotvos nominate, Sectio Historica, IX (1969), pp.
31) In I Sententiarum, distinctio 4, sectio A, articulus 2, solutio in ed.
sectio Spongocarpas Stem erect, (Kutzing) elongated; branches Yoshida always arising in axils of leaves and shorter in length that the stem; receptacles terete and siliquaeform II.
De Cive : The Latin Version Entitled in the First Edition Elementorum Philosophiae Sectio Tertia De Cive, and in Later Editions Elementa Philosophica De Cive, edited by Howard Warrender.
In the under-20 ft sectio, top rod was 13year-old Chris Blyth on the "Sea Quest" with a 3lb cod.
This explanation, however, is also unlikely to be true, because the past tense of caedere is caesus; hence the correct combination should be sectio caesa.