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  • n. Plural form of branch.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of branch.


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  • Actually, as I said, a plan that's agile, a plan that is flexible provides what we call branches to be able to undertake a number of actions at the same time.

    CNN Transcript Mar 22, 2003

  • MYERS: Gee, I don't know that we were -- you know, the plan that was laid out had many of what we call branches and sequels.

    CNN Transcript Apr 15, 2003

  • The distribution of the branches is moved to the beginning of the rite, immediately after the one remaining prayer, and the chanting of the Gospel is moved to follow the distribution.

    Compendium of the 1955 Holy Week Revisions of Pius XII: Part 1 - The Palm Sunday Blessing and Procession of Palms

  • Here we describe the five main branches of yoga, as well as Tantra yoga, which little is known about and is the most misunderstood.

    Ed and Deb Shapiro: Yoga Is Not What You Think

  • Here's Wikipedia on the Nested Hierarchy: A nested hierarchy is the name given to the classification of objects into a hierarchical structure of "groups within groups" or "branches from a trunk".

    A Disclaimer for Behe?

  • Contrary to the presupposition implicit in your question, a cladogram can have more than two branches from a node.

    A Disclaimer for Behe?

  • The tree rules the forest, the tallest in this river valley, and to climb its branches is to feel like a child perched on his grandfather 's shoulders, at once delighted and a little fearful.

    Taking Tree-Hugging to New Heights

  • The Co-operative, which operates over 4,800 stores and branches, is the world's largest consumer-owned business, with five and a half million members and 123,000 employees across all of its businesses.

    Thomas Cook, Co-Op to Merge Travel Units

  • A few years ago, historian Bryan Mark Rigg published a book called Hitler's Jewish Soldiers about 150,000 Jews and mixed-raced Jews (Mischlinge) who served actively in branches of the German military during World War II.

    History is never as simple as first we write it

  • Yes | No | Report from peter wrote 50 weeks 21 hours ago hell yeah there is another recurve hunter who doesn't use a tree stand out there. but, if yout hunting on the ground i klike to make my own groun blinds. i make three sticks in the ground and tie big wid branches to i. then build up it with leaves and branches from the surrrondings

    I am a brand new recurve bow hunter.


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