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trifid

 [tri´fid]
split into three parts.

tri·fid

(trī'fid),
Split into three parts.
[L. trifidus, three-cleft]

trifid

(trī′fĭd′)
adj.
Divided or cleft into three narrow parts or lobes: a trifid tail.

tri·fid

(trī'fid)
Split into three.
[L. trifidus, three-cleft]

trifid

split into three.

tri·fid

(trī'fid)
Split into three parts.
[L. trifidus, three-cleft]
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This is the powerful 07.5 star that doubly ionizes the Trifid's hydrogen gas with its intense ultraviolent output, creating the red H II region.
The specimens represent the characters of the Siwalik early hipparionineSivalhippus nagriensis: anterostyle elongated in P2, increasing crown height of maxillary teeth with multiple plications on the posterior border of prefossette and the anterior border of postfossettes, bifid to trifid plicaballins, oval protocone flattened lingually and rounded labially, and hypoglyph deeply incised (Hussain, 1971; MacFadden and Woodburne, 1982; Bernor and Hussain, 1985; Wolf et al., 2013).
Leaves opposite, rarely verticillate or alternate, composite, 2-3-foliolate, ternate, pinnate, bipinnate or digitate, rarely simple, entire, crenate or serrate, venation pinnatinerved to palmatinerved; in lianas terminal leaflet can be substituted by tendril (simple, bifid, trifid or multifid).
Underleaves and leaves of similar size, bifid or trifid (Herbertaceae) 10 9.
Dust clouds in places like the Trifid and Lagoon nebulas (circled, left), both a few thousand light-years away, glow faintly, as do filaments of detritus in the center of the galaxy (circled, right), 28,000 light-years from Earth.
Leaves rather distant, obliquely to widely spreading, elongate obcuneate to narrowly oblong, deeply bifid to trifid to 1/4-1/3 of leaf length and with or without an additional tooth near the apex, leaves usually strongly fragmenting, upper part of leaves often broken, margins entire, bases shortly decurrent.
Genus Ornithoctona Speiser, 1902, is recognized by the following characteristics: antennal pedicel, as viewed from above, broadened, leaf-like, 2-3 times as long as wide; antennae separated from each other by less than width of one antenna; thoracic sterna bare or at most with soft recumbent setae; scutellum with less than 30 anterior short bristles which are not arranged to form a comb; laterotergite without prominent projection; wings functional, with vein Cu[A.sub.2] forming a closed cell cup and tarsi with apical tooth of claw deeply cleft so the entire claw seems trifid (Wood, 2010).
(2007) who found a double mandibular canals; Auluck & Pai (2005) who reported a case of mandibular trifid canal, unilateral, and Clays & Wackens (2005) who described a case of two mandibular canals, unilateral rights, starting from the distinct mandibular foramina and ending in separate foramina.
Up from the spout come a plethora of pufflike nebulae--the Lagoon (M8), Trifid (M20), Omega (M17), and Eagle (M16).
Polguj M [26] found bifid superior transverse scapular ligament in 3.1% population, while Ticker JB et al [5] found trifid superior transverse scapular ligament in only 3% population.