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 (sĕg′mĕn′tĭd, sĕg-mĕn′-)
Divided into or made up of distinct segments.
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Adj.1.segmented - having the body divided into successive metameres or segments, as in earthworms or lobsterssegmented - having the body divided into successive metameres or segments, as in earthworms or lobsters
zoological science, zoology - the branch of biology that studies animals
divided - separated into parts or pieces; "opinions are divided"
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(ˈsegmənt) noun
1. a part or section. He divided the orange into segments.
2. a part of eg a circle cut off by a straight line.
segmented (segˈmentid) , ((American) ˈsegmentid) adjective
divided into segments. An insect has a segmented body.
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The isolation from mosquitoes of 12 segmented dsRNA viruses antigenically related to BAV has been reported in various provinces of China, including Beijing, Gansu, Hainan, Henan, and Shanshi, and in central Java, Indonesia.
Systems apply differential heating or cooling around the bubble via segmented die lips or a segmented air ring or IBC unit.
In a relatively recent study by Woodside, Nielsen, Walters and Muller (1988), the results of a national segmentation study confirm that consumers with preferences toward specific hospitals can be segmented into a few distinct groups, and each group or segment has a unique demographic profile.
9), consists of a blocky, segmented structure made up of hard and soft segments.
BUSINESS RAM Often, the first step in doing an analysis is recognizing that a company's business can be segmented.
One proposed requirement for particular concern involves the keeping of, or creating where not otherwise maintained, combined industry segmented profit and loss statements, referred to as "material profit and loss statements.
Debate continues over the wisdom of using segmented mirrors as opposed to one of the new, relatively lightweight but still untested single-unit primary mirrors planned for six other large telescopes slated for completion later in the 1990s.