When it was opened, out of one nodule came man and from the other woman.
The size of the fish evidently regulated that of the nodule.
I laid open a nodule with a blow of the hammer, and my heart leaped up when I saw that it enclosed an organism.
Fig. 9 is from Northern Ohio, and is carved from a nodule of iron ore.
The first of these cartilages articulates with a nodule situated a little above the middle of the first bone of the sternum.
The gland, which is seen as a nodule, is drawn forward with forceps.
The essential symptoms of glanders are the nodule, the chancre, the glands, and the discharge.
Nature's method of repair was a hypertrophy of the subintimal connective tissue and the formation of a nodule at that point.
In the cells of the nodule the bacteria multiply and develop, drawing material from their host.
Doubtless, an eddy from this hole accounts for the deposit of snow and, by accretions, for the erection of the nodule.
nodule nod·ule (nŏj'ōōl)
A small node.
A small mass of tissue or aggregation of cells.