from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See fascicle.
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- n. An installment of a printed work, a fascicle.
- n. A bundle of nerve fibers; a fasciculus.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A small bunch or bundle; a fascicle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In entomology, a bundle of close-set hairs, usually converging at the top: used of the clothing of insects.
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- n. an installment of a printed work
Gerstenkorn, P.; Swingelberg: Maize conditioning and milling in Mhle und Mischfuttertechnik, 1975, Vol. 6, No. 112, pp. Groupe de recherches et d'changes technologiques: Fichier technique du dveloppement, fascicule No. 29 (Paris, 1983).
First comes a fascicule of Greek texts, the mathematical papyrus of Akmim, explained and commented by M. Baillet; a long fragment of the
Duchesne in the sixth fascicule of the Liber Censuum (97-104), which has just appeared.
But let the reader suppose a fascicule of such poems bound up with the present collection, and he will perceive that I could have gone no straighter way to destroy the singularity of the book.
This person took the inner half of the second,  folded it inside out, and then laid it in the new order  immediately after the first fascicule.
On third and fourth leaves of the second fascicule write iii. 9-iv.
On each of the three last leaves of the first fascicule (counting, as in Hebrew, from right to left) write i. 1-ii.
Although the fourth fascicule had kept its place, it was not on this account preserved from the effects of the confusing changes caused by the loosening of the ligature, for between its two first leaves the remaining sheet of the third fascicule  found a place.
On the first two leaves of the second fascicule write v. 9-vi. 7 (this must be written on each of the leaves, as it is not quite certain how they were divided).
Tome x (serie iii), 3d fascicule, Juin à Octobre, 1887.