Definition of segmented
: divided into or composed of segments or sections segmented worms
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Insurers and actuaries said the Cruz proposal would result in a segmented market, with younger and healthier people drawn to the skimpier, less expensive plans.
Dr. Nelson’s revolutionary telescope design began taking shape in 1977 and centered on a simple idea: using dozens of segmented mirrors rather than a single large one.
Jerry was the driving force behind the concept of the segmented mirror telescope.
Dufrechou and others have long touted the segmented shoulders as vital to safety on the bridge, where rear-end crashes are frequent after vehicles break down.
Nelson presented the concepts that led to segmented-mirror telescopes in a series of papers and technical reports starting in 1977, often working with UC colleagues Terry Mast and Gary Chanan.
Bamboos are a perennial grass, identified by a large woody stem that is often round and segmented.
The indoor 25-yard long indoor pool is segmented to accommodate swimming students from three months to 12 years old.
French doors and segmented windows all along the ocean-facing side obscured the beauty outdoors.
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