segments

[ noun seg-muh nt; verb seg-ment, seg-ment ]SEE DEFINITION OF segments

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The circle of flame and coals was breaking into segments with openings in between.

Exoperidium revolute, cut to about the middle in eight to ten segments.

Capylus: a hump on the Tupper side of the segments of many larva.

Scutes: the chitinous shields or plates on the segments of larvae.

He thought he could find fifteen segments in all Arthropods.

The filaments were most numerous at the junction of the segments.

Antennæ four-jointed, longer than the head; segments subequal.

For the rectangle of the segments, and the quadrate, are made of one side, and of the segments of the other.

Circular Geometry is either in Lines, or in the segments of a Circle.

To the quadrate of each of these both the rectangles of the segments shall be equall.