Mr. Bowditch, too, refuses us; so fascinating is the vinculum of the dulce natale solum.
The notion of the vinculum juris, so far as my knowledge extends, is exclusively Roman.
All alike gave rise to an Obligation or vinculum juris, and were all requited by a payment of money.
Through this mystical zennaar, or vinculum, the sanctified person is passed with endless ceremonials.
Third, by the repetition of the note with a vinculum or tie, the second note not being sung or played.
Where plus or minus signs occur in the numerator or denominator, brackets or a vinculum is used.
vinculum vin·cu·lum (vĭng'kyə-ləm)
n. pl. vin·cu·lums or vin·cu·la (-lə)
A uniting band or bandlike structure, such as a frenum or ligament.