the doctor examined the node on my knee before deciding it was the result of arthritis
Recent Examples on the WebThen, choose a section of stem directly underneath a node or leaf.—Sophia Beams, Better Homes & Gardens, 23 Aug. 2023 The massager also provides six massage heads, 18 rotating massager nodes, and adjustable heat settings.—Olivia Evans, Women's Health, 29 Aug. 2023 Moving your router or mesh nodes to better spots (central, high up, and in the open) can make a big difference.—Simon Hill, WIRED, 21 Aug. 2023 As part of the tie-up, Aptos Labs will host validator nodes, or servers, that help secure a blockchain and process transactions on Azure, Microsoft’s cloud computing platform.—Ben Weiss, Fortune Crypto, 9 Aug. 2023 In Philadelphia, the Working Families Party, which functions more like a political action committee and a node for various activist groups than like a strict political party, invested heavily last spring in Helen Gym, a former city council member vying to become the city’s next mayor.—Ross Barkan, The New Republic, 3 Aug. 2023 For the first time in 20 years, the lunar nodes shift into freedom-fighter Aries (north node) and justice-seeking Libra (south node) until Jan. 11, 2025.—ELLE, 2 June 2023 Each precinct becomes a node; if precincts share a border in real life, they are joined by an edge in the graph.—Mike Orcutt, Quanta Magazine, 1 June 2023 This skyrocketing caused a bottleneck in the meme pool, or memory pool, which is a list of pending transactions waiting for validation from a node before it is committed to a block on the blockchain.—Ananya Bhattacharya, Quartz, 8 May 2023 See More
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Middle English, from Latin nodus knot, node; akin to Middle Irish naidm bond