It is to this fasciculus that Bourgelat has given the name of ‘stylo-maxillary 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.
Professor Comparetti, studying the first fasciculus of volume xi.
A fasciculus, foolscap folio; Origin of Charities, and Wills relating thereto, in each parish.
Reference is frequently made upon the origin of printing, to the fasciculus temporum, or Cologne Chronicle.
They contain the fasciculus described, by Sir Charles Bell, as the respiratory tract.
M. has incidentally asked, "Do different books circulate under the title of fasciculus Temporum?"
The fasciculus attached to the embryo is the allantois which becomes the umbilical cord.
In solipeds and ruminants it is inserted, by a second fasciculus, into the small tuberosity.
fasciculus fas·cic·u·lus (fə-sĭk'yə-ləs)
n. pl. fas·cic·u·li (-lī')
A bundle of anatomical fibers, as of muscle. Also called fascicle.