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se·cund

 (sē′kŭnd′, sĭ-kŭnd′)
adj. Botany
Having all parts or structures arranged on one side of an axis: a secund inflorescence.

[Latin secundus, following; see sekw- in Indo-European roots.]
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secund

(sɪˈkʌnd)
adj
(Botany) botany having or designating parts arranged on or turned to one side of the axis
[C18: from Latin secundus following, from sequī to follow; see second1]
seˈcundly adv
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se•cund

(ˈsi kʌnd, ˈsɛk ʌnd)

adj. Biol.
arranged on one side only; unilateral.
[1770–80; < Latin secundus following]
se′cund•ly, adv.
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Tabla 1 Matricula total de la educacion secundaria Modalidad 1990- 1995- % 2000- % 1991 1996 2001 (1) Secund. 3 068 190 3 360 600 9 3 842 681 14 general Secund.
(93) This is found in the second book of the Advocates MS, where Bellenden translates the phrase 'ad secundum lapidem Gabina via': 'Valerius laid tytus hermyneus with ane buschement of men hid in [re gabell rew beside [begin strikethrough]ane atane callit[ebd strikethrough]] be secund', where 'ane stane callit' has been scored through and 'stane' inserted in the margin to give 'be secund stane'.
Be that as it may, Edden has produced a careful edition of a text that is itself scrupulously laid out in a schematic fashion, with a general summary at the beginning of the whole, prefaces at the start of each book, and (like Caxton's Ovid above) little summaries encapsulated in every chapter title, for instance, "The secund chapter [of Book VIJ makyth mende that to the old professowrys of this relygion a tyme was sygned to hem in the which blyssed Mary schul be born" (90,11.
Developmental Stage Duration Cumulative Age First instar (n = 40) 3.90 [+ or -] 0.70 3.90 [+ or -] 0.70 Secund instar 60.80 [+ or -] 14.19 64.40 [+ or -] 14.00 (n = 16) Third instar (n = 10) 103.80 [+ or -] 19.24 165.60 [+ or -] 17.37 Fourth instar (n = 6) 216.33 [+ or -] 94.24 382.83 [+ or -] 107.22 Fifth instar (n = 6) 261.00 [+ or -] 78.68 672.25 [+ or -] 68.00 Sixth instar (n = 1) 186 871 Table 2.
We scored some great strategic successes like the bombing of the Sasol 2 plant at Secund in 1981.
The author of Joc secund / Second game knows Bergson's work, and openly assumes the speculations of the French philosopher on art: