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(botany) a part into which a leaf is divided

the enhanced response of an antenna in a given direction as indicated by a loop in its radiation pattern

a rounded projection that is part of a larger structure

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Internally, whether in the globe or animal body, it is a moist thick lobe, a word especially applicable to the liver and lungs and the leaves of fat (jnai, labor, lapsus, to flow or slip downward, a lapsing; jiais, globus, lobe, globe; also lap, flap, and many other words); externally a dry thin leaf, even as the f and v are a pressed and dried b.
With the exception of a slight thickening of the lobe of one ear, Mr Shute bore no outward signs of his profession.
She was lying on her side, tranquil above the smooth flow of time, again closely wrapped up in her fur, her head resting on the old-gold sofa cushion bearing like everything else in that room the decoratively enlaced letters of her monogram; her face a little pale now, with the crimson lobe of her ear under the tawny mist of her loose hair, the lips a little parted, and her glance of melted sapphire level and motionless, darkened by fatigue.
Brain region Voxel MNI coordinate BA X Y Z Fusiform region 8 21 -63 -12 19 Frontal lobe 5 15 27 -6 47 Middle temporal gyrus 1 -57 -63 -3 37 Inferior frontal gyrus 8 54 18 0 45 Parietal lobes 32 0 -69 36 23 Table 2.
Thyroid gland is divided into left and right lobes that are joined together by isthmus (Ranade et al., 2008; Standring, 2008; Phukon et al., 2012).
Ultrasonographic examination and thyroid nuclear scan revealed solid, hot, autonomous, hyperactive multiple nodules in both lobes. The diagnosis was toxic multinodular goiter.
Right lobe involvement was seen in 13 (52%) patients, in 10 (40%) patients left lobe involvement was seen, in 2 (8%) patients both the lobes were involved.
For our research interest, peak amplitudes of the abovementioned six ERP components in eight selected electrodes (F3, F4, P3, P4, T7, T8, O1, and O2) were computed to represent frontal, parietal, temporal, and occipital lobes in both left and right hemispheres.
Exceptions included evaluation of the right and caudate hepatic lobes due to incomplete contact of the probe with the liver surface.
As each edge element is located at a distance equal to (M - l/2)d from the center of the array, the pattern of the two-edge elements has grating lobes rather than side lobes.
Hypoplasia or agenesis of lobes, absences of segments, deformed lobes, decreased sizes of lobes, gall bladder agenesis or transposition and Riedel's lobe are among the various abnormalities reported.
The lateral thyroid lobes are dissected away from the overlying sternothyroid muscles with ligation and division of the middle thyroid veins when present.
The gland consists of two lateral lobes and an isthmus connecting them across the midline, giving it an H-shaped appearance.
The synthesis problem in this paper is to find stimulation amplitude and array components' phase i n a way that an optimal radiation pattern is obtained with maximum reduced side lobes compared to major lobe area.