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septa

 [sep´tah] (L.)
plural of septum.

sep·ta

(sep'tă),
Plural of septum.
[L.]

septa

(sĕp′tə)
n.
Plural of septum.

sep·ta

(sep'tă)
Plural of septum.
[L.]

Septum (plural, septa)

The dividing partition in the nose that separates the two nostrils. It is composed of bone and cartilage.
Mentioned in: Septoplasty

sep·ta

(sep'tă)
Plural of septum.
[L.]
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The number and orientation of the intersinus and intrasinus septa, as well as the attachment of each septum (to check for relationship between sinus septa and the neurovascular structures surrounding the sinus) was recorded.
Morphological characteristics of teeth (n) (TN), septa (n) (SN), septa space (SS), free septa (SF), and distances between centers of calcification (DC) were informative for distinguishing between the three species (Fig.
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The post conditioning processes that are performed by septa manufacturers are done to bake out volatile compounds such as these and siloxanes, which are inherent in silicone rubber.
(7) The SEPTA Transit Police Department recently implemented an ILP program and hosted a 4-day, intelligence-training course funded by a grant from the Philadelphia Area Regional Transit Security Working Group-Joint Regional Information Exchange System (PARTSWG-JRIES).
According to the paper, SEPTA spokesperson Jim Whitaker said the authority already operates 12 hybrid buses, and is looking to further evaluate the performance of such vehicles on standard bus routes.
"At the end of the day, all we're doing is following some basic logical principles," says Jim Jordan, SEPTA's assistant general manager of public and operational safety.
(3) Arguing that SEPTA's contract with TPI Metro PA to "distribute a SEPTA-sponsored newspaper in areas in which no other newspapers are permitted to be distributed, violates the First ...
PNI, which sells roughly 10% of its single copies near SEPTA stations, argues that SEPTA is violating the First Amendment and state law by letting Metro distribute in areas where other papers can't and by retaining power over editorial content.
At issue is the distribution of Metro allegedly in violation of SEPTA's own rules governing where newspapers, free or paid, may be circulated within the SEPTA system of buses, trains, trolleys and subways, says Michael Schwartz, an attorney with Dechert, Price and Rhoads, a Philadelphia law firm representing the plaintiffs.