The editor of the segment, Peter Rippon, said he had pulled the investigation because of lack of evidence.
ABC correspondent Bob Woodruff begins the segment by asking, “Did you have an affair with Miss Hunter?”
A Fox Business Network segment last week dubbed Obama the “fundraiser-in-chief” and accused him of avoiding his official duties.
Matt and Meredith had pawned her off on Natalie Morales and the segment had run short.
Jones had Ricky Gervais administer electric shock to him during a segment.
Thus he continues until the third segment is reached, from which he carries away a fresh load of pollen to another flower.
Small as the segment of humanity is, it is a type of the great world to which it belongs.
The third segment consists of nine small bones, the carpals of the wrist or the tarsals of the ankle.
Joint: a segment or part between two incisures: an articulation.
As armature, commutator, and shaft rotate, the brushes connect first with one segment of the commutator and then with the other.
1560s, from Latin segmentum "a strip or piece cut off, a cutting, strips of colored cloth," from secare "to cut" (see section (n.)), with euphonious alteration of -c- to -g- before -m-. Latin segmentum was used in Medieval Latin as a geometry term, translating Greek tmema, and the word was first picked up in English in this sense. Meaning "segmental portion of anything circular" is from 1640s; general sense of "a division, section" is from 1762.
1859, intransitive, in reference to cell division, from segment (n.). Transitive sense, "divide (something) into segments" is from 1872. Related: Segmented; segmenting.
segment seg·ment (sěg'mənt)
A clearly differentiated subdivision of an organism or part, such as a metamere.
A part of an organ having independent function, supply, or drainage.