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Synonyms for section

Synonyms for section

one of the parts into which something is divided

a part severed from a whole

a particular subdivision of a written work

a thin piece, especially of tissue, suitable for microscopic examination


to make a division into parts, sections, or branches

Synonyms for section

a very thin slice (of tissue or mineral or other substance) for examination under a microscope

a distinct region or subdivision of a territorial or political area or community or group of people

one of several parts or pieces that fit with others to constitute a whole object

a small team of policemen working as part of a police platoon

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a land unit equal to 1 square mile

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(geometry) the area created by a plane cutting through a solid

a small class of students who are part of a larger course but are taught separately

a small army unit usually having a special function

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a segment of a citrus fruit

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The inlet boundary condition was set a constant pressure, and velocity field of the longitudinal sections in the three conditions are shown in Fig.
Moreover, the temperature levels in the <<hot>> and <<cold>> longitudinal sections conductor at the manifestation of it EWP may vary up to 3.
In the longitudinal sections of very well-preserved rostra, with no observable diagenetic alteration, it is noticeable that calcite crystals emerge radially from successive spherulitic centers of crystal growths that are situated along the apical line (Fig.
Mauseth (1988) presents a longitudinal section of the embryo of a grass species (Panicum maximum) where, similar to the embryos of corn and wheat, all the cells composing the coleorhiza are vacuolated cells whereas the cells of the radicle, plumule and even the coleoptile are meristematic.
Mechanical properties of material in initial state and ferrite grain size in longitudinal section [R.
In longitudinal sections, barb cells resemble tree-branches, with the thin barbules branching at regular intervals along the barb (ramus, Fig.
In longitudinal section, some axons contained more than 1 inclusion (Figure 1, B), and some inclusions had a darker staining center (Figure 1, C).
It is the objective of the longitudinal section data analysis to investigate tendencies in the time flow.
16 I have only just found this quotation but, you see, I was right about the chapel's cladding: he is clearly fascinated by feathers And you could think of the plan of the chapel as a streamlined longitudinal section through a fish, and the shingles as scales.
To this end, in relation to the <<hot>> longitudinal section of EWP we use the fundamental principle of quantum electrodynamics (mechanics) - Heisenberg uncertainty as follows [3]:
A longitudinal section highlights the plunge of the copper lodes to the south and main target areas.
Finally, nanoindentation tests were performed on the shear zone of cross section and longitudinal section, respectively.
The results of numeric simulation of deformation--effective plastic strain in longitudinal section in the middle of cylindrical bar was observed.
In a longitudinal section of the animal, the bundles of oral sphincter myonemes extended one tenth of the length of a 3-cm-long sea anemone and appeared to increase in number near the oral region (Fig.
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