Bars of the network smooth, its nodal points solid, not pierced.
But no other raider was in sight; there was no other “nodal centre” of gun-fire and searchlights.
The nodal brothers' Relacion, which they seem to have been following, mentions, p. 37 vo.
He has another name, nodal Wehlinmuk, which means “salt in the south.”
It was in 1618-19 that the observations of nodal first gave the easterly bend to the southern extremity of the continent.
He was their nodal point, their focus, their expression in a single term.
A fourth pore probably leads from the nodal cavity into the cavity of the hollow radial tube.
Every point which he marks is the nodal point for numberless relations.
nodal points of the arachnoidal network without astral septa.
It was to break the Hindenburg lines at their nodal point in front of Cambrai.
nodal nod·al (nōd'l)
Of, relating to, resembling, being, or situated near or at a node.
Interpreted language implemented on Norsk Data's NORD-10 computers. Used by CERN and DESY high energy physics labs to control their accelerator hardware, PADAC and SEDAC. Included trackball input, graphics.