Recent Examples of carpel from the Web
In some patients, the disease may be initially diagnosed incorrectly as a nerve problem in the hands or wrist (carpel tunnel syndrome), or a pinched nerve in the neck or back.
The tools are heavy enough to do serious labor but not so heavy as to give you carpel tunnel.
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Origin and Etymology of carpel
First Known Use: 1835See Words from the same year
CARPEL Defined for Kids
Definition of carpel for Students
- The pistil of a flower can be made up of a single carpel or a group of carpels fused together.
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