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ramify

 [ram´ĭ-fi]
1. to branch; to diverge in different directions.
2. to traverse in branches.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

ram·i·fy

(ram'i-fī),
To split into a branchlike pattern.
[L. ramus, branch, + facio, to make]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

ram·i·fy

(ram'i-fī)
To split into a branchlike pattern.
[L. ramus, branch, + facio, to make]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

ram·i·fy

(ram'i-fī)
To split into a branchlike pattern.
[L. ramus, branch, + facio, to make]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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The condition on k' implies that l is totally ramified in F'.
It was determined that each branches which ramified from the medial meningeal artery (Fig.
While ramified microglia are not in physical contact to each other, some authors have argued that their distribution within the brain allows them to "sense" their immediate surroundings.
The double cover of [SIGMA] ramified over [R.sup.*] is an elliptic surface [Y.sup.*] given by the affine equation [y.sup.2] = [a.sub.4][x.sup.4] + [a.sub.3][x.sup.3] + [a.sub.2][x.sup.2] + [a.sub.1]x + [a.sub.0] such that the section at infinity is sending to the section (0, [+ or -][square root of ([a.sub.0](t))]) which is defined over R if and only if [a.sub.0](t) is a square of a real rational map defined over [P.sup.1]C.
The early chapters (1-3) are devoted to elaborating these claims and to demonstrating that two theses widely attributed to the early Russell are false: i) that in Principia (co-authored with Whitehead), Russell advanced a ramified type-theory of entities, and ii) that Russell's logical atomism is a form of reductive empiricism.
At the time of C, the ramified electric discharge spark is observed from the apex of the cone and the electric current has a pulse-like peak.
"Since China has a very intense and ramified economic relationship with Iran, it was very important to have China on board not just for the credibility of the resolution but also for its implementation."
Forewing: large size, length 78 to 91mm, width 25 to 28 mm (opposite the divergence of R), area between ScA and anterior margin broad and subtriangular shape, the basal part covered by an abundance of tiny cells; RA posteriorly pectinate with 5 to 7 branches, RP posteriorly pectinate 8 to 10 branches; free part of CuA more than two times as long as free part of M or slightly longer than it; CuA fused with CuPa[alpha] and ramified immediately or running an ultrashort interval, probably exhibiting 4 to 5 terminal branches and varied branching pattern; CuPa[beta] oblique, CuPb slightly sigmoidal.
From a certain angle, real pages ramified into phantasmic reflections, like a hologram partly spoiled by the lighting.
She opened her own business, a shop in the ramified labyrinth of the all-men bazaar.
The novelist and filmmaker were both fortunate to have premised the hopes of their characters on the opportunities afforded in the boutique states of the Gulf, a reputation that has only amplified and ramified in the last 36 years.