from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Divided into or containing two chambers.
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- adj. Having two chambers, cells or compartments
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Divided into two cells or compartments.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Divided into two cells, or containing two cells internally: as, a bilocular pericarp.
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- adj. divided into or containing two cells or chambers
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The grounds upon which Linnaeus would fain have banished the whales from the waters, he states as follows: “On account of their warm bilocular heart, their lungs, their moveable eyelids, their hollow ears, penem intrantem feminam mammis lactantem,” and finally, “ex lege naturae jure meritoque.”
-- Halted at Ghaloom's, the Rafflesiacea is found all about, anth. bilocular, apice poro-gemino dehiscent, pollen simplex, materie viscosa cohaerenti, ovula antitropa, tegumento unico.
Fruit dicarpillary, stigmata four, hence they are placentary not costoid. bilocular, loculis dispermis, ovula 2 pend; 1 abortiv. semiunceum, testa vix arillus obsacuit clause lutescens carnosa et ab nuclei inter adhaeren.
The fruit is quadrangular, bilocular, with two kernels, which on analysis yield an active principle for which the name "Johaneseine" is proposed.
Biareolate: with two cells or areoles: see bilocular.
Anthers inserted near the apex of the tube, short, fleshy, bilocular.
_Preputial calculus (calculus in the sheath, or bilocular cavity).
The bladder should be examined to see that there is no stone or other cause of irritation, and the sheath and penis should be washed with soapsuds, any sebaceous matter removed from the bilocular cavity at the end of the penis, and the whole lubricated with sweet oil.
_ -- These are concretions in the sheath, though the term has been also applied to the nodule of sebaceous matter which accumulates in the blind pouches (bilocular cavity) by the sides of the papilla on the end of the penis.
The animal having been thrown on his left side, and the right hind foot drawn up on the shoulder, the exposed scrotum, penis, and sheath are washed with soap and water, any concretion of sebum being carefully removed from the bilocular cavity in the end of the penis.