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Each of these vesicles contains an auditory rod, and is in communication with the auditory nerve through a delicate nerve-fibril.
But a muscular fibril contracts only under the stimulus of a nervous impulse.
Fī′bril, a small fibre; one of the extremely minute threads composing an animal fibre; Fibril′la, a fibril, filament.

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