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fascicule

[ fas-i-kyool ]
/ ˈfæs ɪˌkyul /
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noun
a fascicle, especially of a book.
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Origin of fascicule

1690–1700; variant of fasciculus and fascicle; see -cule1
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British Dictionary definitions for fascicule

fascicule
/ (ˈfæsɪˌkjuːl) /

noun
one part of a printed work that is published in instalmentsAlso called: fascicle, fasciculus
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