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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.

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k Coronal section revealing two cotyledons within the seed, germination valve on one side (delimited by arrows), and ribs (r).
(iii) Even though repeatability cannot be assured in two different tomographic acquisitions, the flat shape of the hand and wrist assures that differences in the position and orientation likely affect the coronal sections more than the axial or sagittal ones.
After selection, well-labeled axon terminal fragments in S2 (n=25), PV (n=27), PR (n=31), and S1c (n=28) were reconstructed directly from coronal sections using a 60 x oil immersion objective installed on an Optiphot-2 microscope (NIKON, Japan) equipped with a high-resolution Lucivid micromonitor (MBF Bioscience, USA) attached to a drawing tube and a 3D-motorized stage MAC5000 (Ludl, USA).
Coronal sections between 0 and 2.0 mm posterior to the bregma were chosen.
The lesion structure or region of interest can be synchronically displayed in cross, sagittal, and coronal sections. These sections demonstrated the spatial relationship of the pathological changes in different types of fetal CHD [Figure 3].
In the coronal sections of OB observed in a panoramic view, the abundance of somas and cellular processes of the astrocytes revealed by immunostaining for GFAP in all layers was remarkable.
In almost all of roughly consecutive coronal sections of the entire body of the OV except for its marginal portions, a substantial number of the immunopositive cells appeared constantly and they were arranged symmetrically with regard to the median longitudinal axis in the coronal plane of the OV (Fig.
Figure 2: CT PNS coronal section showing a homogenous soft tissue shadow occupying the middle meatus extending above to the fovea ethmoidalis and laterally into the orbit.
Mediolateral diameter of Distal Femur: On coronal section of the knee joint the diameter of the distal femur is measured and adjusted to normal scales using CT scales.
Coronal section shows dilated high riding third ventricle.
Coronal section of kidney when viewed with naked eye in Group B, showed clearly visible cortex and medulla after 1st week and 2nd week of treatment with Chlorpyrifos and respectively.