Straighten up and fly right: the capsule is rolling and jettisoning its remaining ballast masses for parachute deploy.
By working together on this capsule collection, we hope to instill a sense of power, confidence and beauty in women everywhere.
The capsule ranges from $1,200 to $4,000 for a six-month supply, depending on the dose.
The treasures found within the capsule were mostly records that reflected those immediately involved with its planning.
Amazingly, Nicholson found the source code for the control console of the Russian Soyuz capsule on a Russian website.
capsule 2-celled, loculicidal, with each axile placenta bearing 2–10 flattish seeds.
Capsular: in the form of a capsule or little cup-like container.
The softened mass is finally absorbed, and the walls of the cyst, or capsule around it, gradually collapse and form a cicatrix.
The capsule splits into four valves, something like a liverwort.
Each of these cavities terminates in a fallopian tube, which opens into the capsule of an ovarium.
1650s, from French capsule "a membranous sac" (16c.), from Latin capsula "small box or chest," diminutive of capsa "box, case, chest" (see case (n.2)). Medicinal sense is 1875; shortened form cap is from 1942. Sense in space capsule is first recorded 1954. As an adjective from 1938. Related: Capsular.
capsule cap·sule (kāp'səl, -sōōl)
A fibrous, membranous, or fatty sheath that encloses an organ or part, such as the sac surrounding the kidney or the fibrous tissues that surround a joint.
A small soluble container, usually made of gelatin, that encloses a dose of an oral medicine or a vitamin.
The thin-walled, spore-containing structure of mosses and related plants.