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Section

The distinct and numbered subdivisions in legal codes, statutes, and textbooks. In the law of real property, a parcel of land equal in area to one square mile, or 640 acres.

section

(Division), noun category, class, component, department, detachment, fraction, group, grouping, part, segment, separate part, subdivision, subgroup

section

(Vicinity), noun area, block, clime, demesne, environs, field, locale, locality, location, locus, milieu, neighborhood, parcel of land, part, plot, plot of ground, plot of land, province, purlieus, regio, region, territory, tract, vicinage, vicinitas
Associated concepts: block, plot, and section
See also: article, aspect, chamber, chapter, circuit, clause, component, constituent, cross, decentralization, denomination, department, detail, dichotomize, disjoint, district, divide, division, element, heading, ingredient, installment, interest, locality, location, member, moiety, organ, parcel, part, partition, phase, pigeonhole, place, portion, province, region, segment, separate, share, split, subdivision, subheading, territory, title
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Rostral sagittal sections (RSS) and lateral wall surfaces (LWS) are the most suitable beak regions/techniques for aging (Fig.
Enter the dome of the bladder at the sagittal section along the midline rather than transversely.
A ratio of length of sella to maximum depth measured on a median sagittal section of a sella for most other cetaceans is about 30:1, and they lack a posterior clinoid process.
This is a significant progress because in functional imaging studies, such as fMRI, both the horizontal and sagittal planes of sections are often the preferred planes given that multiple functionally active regions can be visualized simultaneously in a single horizontal or sagittal section.
The trabecular struts of femur also run aligned in the principal stress direction, which is quite predominantly visible if one pays attention to a sagittal section of the proximal femur.