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fas·ci·at·ed

 (făsh′ē-ā′tĭd) also fas·ci·ate (-āt′)
adj.
1. Botany Abnormally flattened or coalesced, as certain stems.
2. Zoology Marked with transverse bands, as certain insects.

[Latin fasciātus, from fascia, band.]

fasciate

(ˈfæʃɪˌeɪt) or

fasciated

adj
1. (Botany) botany
a. (of stems and branches) abnormally flattened due to coalescence
b. growing in a bundle
2. (Zoology) (of birds, insects, etc) marked by distinct bands of colour
[C17: probably from New Latin fasciātus (unattested) having bands; see fascia]
ˈfasciˌately adv

fas•ci•ate

(ˈfæʃ iˌeɪt, -i ɪt)

also fas′ci•at`ed,



adj.
1. bound with a band, fillet, or bandage.
2. Bot. abnormally compressed into a band or bundle, as stems grown together.
3. Zool.
a. composed of bundles.
b. bound together in a bundle.
c. marked with a band or bands.
[1650–60]
fas′ci•ate`ly, adv.
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Bonelli's eagle Aquila fasciate, red kite Milvus milvus or hen harrier Circus cyaneus).
Altre si presentano tutte chiuse in un velo come le vergini o strettamente fasciate come i pargoli, e soltanto colui che sa lacerare quegli involucri puo elevarle alla vita perfetta.
ecco t'appare piu vicina dei sogni la trincea tetra, la penosa bolgia, tra maceria e steccaia il fango imputridito le piaghe non fasciate i morti non sepolti / gli smorti volti dei vivi senza sonno fitti nel limo sino all'anguinaia.