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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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It would make logical sense for him to put this note at the end of the final quire that he finishes.
Had leaves 1 and 2 of this quire (and perhaps quire 1) been absent at the time he copied, he might well have begun with text on the first leaf that he saw.
1] Scribal signatures by the leaf in the first halves of each quire
She will walk past the guests seated facing inwards in the Nave - including many of the charity workers who have been invited and celebrity guests like Sir Elton John, David and Victoria Beckham and Rowan Atkinson - before processing through the intricate golden quire screen, on top of which sit the orchestra, and into the Quire.
Professor Bill Tamblyn, who leads the ever growing 60 voices of Quire, said: "Audiences are positively encouraged to join in with the some of the choruses, clap and even dance.
Those who re quire manual-tie balers can still benefit from NEXGEN engineering expertise.
This would undoubtedly re quire establishing a "World Tax Court" empowered to punish violators of the international tax code.
The cart is currently in the testing phase, but it has already generated quire a bit of interest in the United Kingdom, where the worldwide weight-watching craze is in full swing, says Wayne Asher, the creative consultant who designed the Trim Trolley.
1) (a) acquire (OF acquerre), choir/quire (OF quer), entire (AN enter), friar (OF frere), inquire/enquire 'inquiry' (OF enquerre), quire (OF quaer), require (OF requer-), squire (OF esquier), (n)umpire (OF noumper), brier/briar (OE A brer); (b) aisle (OF ele), contrive (OF contreuve), die (Pl.
During the 1990s, when a Tory government allowed quire serious differences with the Clinton administration to develop over Ireland and Bosnia, the end result was to Britain's disadvantage; American presidents may be susceptible to trudging from close friends, but they do not take kindly to being lectured, as Blair's predecessor John Major discovered.
Our tour wandered through the nave, under the 480,000-brick Bell Harry tower, up the stairs and through the high-arched doorway of the pulpitum screen and into the elegant quire, where the church organist was practicing a tricky piece of music that he would be playing at Sunday's services.
All but five of these units are of a single quire each; their boundaries are identifiable by textual discreteness, i.