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fascicle (n.)

"a bunch, bundle, small collection," 1620s, from Latin fasciculus "a small bundle, a bunch (of flowers); small collection (of letters, books, etc.)," diminutive of fascis (see fasces). As "part of a work published in installments," 1640s (also fascicule, from French). Related: Fasciculate; fasciculation; fascicular; fascicularly; fasciculated.

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Definitions of fascicle from WordNet

fascicle (n.)
an installment of a printed work;
Synonyms: fascicule
fascicle (n.)
a bundle of fibers (especially nerve fibers);
Synonyms: fiber bundle / fibre bundle / fasciculus
From wordnet.princeton.edu