Origin of stipe
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Stipe never felt the need to publicly confirm his sexuality until 2008 but said he understood it might help “some kid somewhere.”Anderson Cooper, Ellen Degeneres & More Stars Who Came Out (VIDEO)|The Daily Beast Video|July 2, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And on tour for that LP, Buck, Mills, and Stipe began to ponder their future.
“We were coming out of a perceived low period into an upswing, and it felt really good,” Stipe recalled.
The girdle face and apex of the valve are round, the pseudoraphe is distinct and the septa deep, but the stipe is short.The Diatomaceae of Philadelphia and Vicinity|Charles Sumner Boyer
The stipe ranges a little shorter than in the preceding variety, three to seven times the sporangium.
This, though variable, is yet generally so far pyriform as to show distinct contraction toward the stipe.
In other words, the peridium leaves the stipe some distance below the point where the lowest capillitial branches take origin.
The variations affect the stipe and the distribution of the capillitial lime.
British Dictionary definitions for stipe
Word Origin for stipe
Word Origin and History for stipe
1785, from French stipe, from Latin stipes "log, post, tree trunk" (see stiff (adj.)).