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- adj. Grouped in a fascicle; fascicled.
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These include dorsally migrated scapulae, a broad thorax, laterally directed humeral glenoids, an increased number of sacral vertebrae, a reduced/absent tail and less fasciculated back musculature.
The roots are perennial, and consist of several fasciculated, fusiform, branched, fleshy, curved and descending tubers, from one to two inches thick, with a brown warty epidermis; internally deep yellow, odorless, very bitter.
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The walls of the bladder have hence become fasciculated and sacculated.
The bladder is thickened and fasciculated, and from its summit projects a double sac, 1, 2, which is invested by the peritonaeum.
The walls of the bladder are thickened, fasciculated, and sacculated; the two former appearances being caused by a hypertrophy of the vesical fibres, while the latter is in general owing to a protrusion of the mucous membrane between the fasciculi.
We found some from one to two toises broad, full of small fasciculated crystals of rutile titanite.
Looking first at DCs, we found that axons fasciculating with a crossing dendrite often defasciculated near the DC site, turned and fasciculated with the other dendrite (