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The Nuttall Encyclopedia

  1. Nodes

    name given to the two points in the orbit of a planet where it crosses or intersects the ecliptic, called ascending when it goes N., and descending when it goes S.

Dictionary of Nautical Terms

  1. nodes

    Those points in the orbit of a planet or comet where it intersects the ecliptic. The ascending node is the point where it passes from the south to the north side of the ecliptic; the descending node is the opposite point, where the latitude changes from north to south. (See LINE OF NODES.)

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  1. nosed

  2. EDNOS

  3. sonde

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  1. Alex
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    Daniel
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    Karen
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    Veena
    Veena
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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Nodes in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Nodes in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of Nodes in a Sentence

  1. Brian Hopkins:

    I basically have two myoelectric nodes that sit in the socket, and they’re able to pick up signals in what’s left of my arm.

  2. Ashton Carter:

    It takes, as is frequently noted, a network to fight a network. This is going to be our network for fighting ISIL on a regional and, indeed, a global basis, that's the reality -- the recognition of that (is) behind the concept of linking together American counterterrorism and military nodes in the region and around the world so that they operate more smoothly together, so that they can focus on this network wherever it is.

  3. Alicia Rivera:

    I would actually dream about the party we would have, I would think about how amazing that would feel to see my mother go to the party instead of chemo. Alicia Rivera, Alicia Rivera, has an amazing story of survival.She was diagnosed at 18 with PC, and is now not only a survivor, but is also a nursing student and a curePC campaign participant too. It is very rare to be so young and get that diagnosis and also rare to be a PC survivor.Only 7 percent of those diagnosed with PC survive five years, and an estimated 49,000 Americans will be diagnosed this year, with more than 40,000 of them dying before the year ends, according to the American Cancer Society. I asked Rivera how she found out she had PC and how she coped with the diagnosis at 18. I was young, and so many people said to me they couldn't believe it.I have Crohn's disease, and I had my wisdom teeth extracted in October of 2011. I went into septic shock, and that's when doctors did a scan, they found the tumor, and doctors at first thought it couldn't be PC, but did a biopsy to be sure, and it came it back positive, stage 1 pancreatic cancer. Alicia Rivera said she was shocked and recalled thinking that she was going to die. Doctors performed surgery to remove half of her pancreas, taking with it her gallbladder, a bile duct, lympho nodes and half of her stomach. They then reconnected her intestines to the remaining portion of her stomach. She said she hopes her story will help others stay connected to their bodies and to be aware of potential warning signs. PC is considered the silent killer, because by the time you feel symptoms, the tumor is usually metastasized.

  4. Danielle Javernig:

    They took 32 lymph nodes out of my arm.

  5. Jane Kakkis:

    You have no idea what fear is until you have a cancer that's already spread to your lymph nodes, patients will say in disbelief, 'but I just had a mammogram and it was normal.' They can't believe how advanced it is. Dense breast notification is bringing up a whole conversation about risk that wouldn't come up otherwise.

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