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vinculum

 [ving´ku-lum] (L.)
a band or bandlike structure.
vin´cula ten´dinum filaments that connect the phalanges with the flexor tendons.
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vin·cu·lum

, pl.

vin·cu·la

(ving'kyū-lŭm, -lă), [TA]
A frenum, frenulum, or ligament.
[L. a fetter, fr. vincio, to bind]
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vinculum

(vĭng′kyə-ləm)
n. pl. vincu·lums or vincu·la (-lə)
1. Mathematics A bar drawn over two or more algebraic terms to indicate that they are to be treated as a single term.
2. Anatomy A bandlike structure, such as a ligament.
3. A bond or tie.
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vin·cu·lum

, pl. vincula (ving'kyū-lŭm, -lă) [TA]
A frenum, frenulum, or ligament.
[L. a fetter, fr. vincio, to bind]
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vinculum

A slender connecting band.
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Burstein and Mansour [3, 4] considered the Wilf-classification of vincular patterns of length three for k-ary words and found generating function formulas for the number of members of a class in several cases.
Posteriormente a compreensao de cada um, foram analisados os aspectos comuns e diferenciais de interacoes entre os casos descritos (analise horizontal), o que possibilitou a ampliacao da compreensao do fenomeno, nao numa tentativa de generalizacao dos dados, mas sim de aprofundamento do entendimento da dinamica vincular da crianca sintomatica com sua familia (Yin, 2005).
Se destaca lo subjetivo y lo vincular asi como la condicion biologica del ser humano, senalando que una perspectiva exclusivamente psicologicista o individualista impediria "apreciar otras dimensiones del suicidio" (p.