Recent Examples of segmented from the Web
The rule of law may be less overtly hostile than in the heyday of America’s housing discrimination, but the city itself remains segmented on racial boundaries.
Those abdomens were still segmented, not fused as in today's spiders.
Princess Leia buns have been a staple of the Halloween beauty scene since the late '70s—but 2015's The Force Awakens gave Star Wars fans a new hairstyle to learn and copy: Rey's segmented buns.
As the television environment becomes increasingly segmented, with companies flooding the market with their own direct-to-consumer streaming offerings, Mr. Hopkins said his company wants to provide a comprehensive experience for its customers.
Jack-o’lanterns and skeletons operated by puppeteers towered over the crowds, and marchers hoisted a segmented snake as the parade kicked off.
Deference is owed to the noise implicit in this kind of segmented data
Deference is owed to the noise implicit in this kind of segmented data; 20 games of information chopped into lineups and sub-lineups won’t always cut to the truth of the matter.
Like all armadillos, screaming hairy ones are equipped with a segmented carapace, a body armor that allows the squat little guys to roll themselves into spheres of desert joy.
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First Known Use of segmented
medical Definition of segmented
- segmented neutrophils
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