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pal·i·sade

(pal'i-sād),
In pathology, a row of elongated nuclei parallel to each other.
[Fr. palissade, fr. L. palus, a pale, stake]
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The longer he thought about it, the more repugnant became the thought of taking human life needlessly; and thus it happened that while he was trying to decide just what to do, they had come to a little clearing, at the far side of which lay a palisaded village of beehive huts.
Clasping Tibo close to her side, she was hurrying away toward the palisaded village of Mbonga, the chief.
The House of Correction which has led to these remarks, is not walled, like other prisons, but is palisaded round about with tall rough stakes, something after the manner of an enclosure for keeping elephants in, as we see it represented in Eastern prints and pictures.