Origin of fasciculus
From Latin, dating back to 1705–15; see origin at fascicle
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In brief, we can, without inconvenience, consider it as a fasciculus of the short peroneal muscle.
The fasciculus in question has been since united with a more complete whole as regards the study of the horse.
I shall also add a fasciculus of medical questions, of the faculty of Paris.Lives of Eminent Zoologists, from Aristotle to Linnus
A fasciculus, foolscap folio; origin of charities and wills relating thereto, in each parish.
Professor Comparetti, studying the first fasciculus of volume xi.
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- A bundle of anatomical fibers, as of muscle.fascicle
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