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1596, (w), ''The Faerie Queene'', VI.6:
- So, taking them apart into his cell, / He to that point fit speaches gan to frame ….
1764, (w), ''The Castle of Otranto'', IV:
- For three days he and his attendants had wandered in the forest without seeing a human form: but on the evening of the third they came to a cell, in which they found a venerable hermit in the agonies of death.
1858, (w), ''Introduction to Structural and Systematic Botany'', fifth edition, p. 282:
- Each of the two cells or lobes of the anther is marked with a lateral line or furrow, running from top to bottom(nb..).
*1794, (w), ''An Historical and Moral View of the Origin and Progress of the French Revolution'':
- We shall feel still more contempt for the order of men, who cultivated their faculties, only to enable them to consolidate their power, by leading the ignorant astray; making the learning they concentrated in their cells, a more polished instrument of oppression.
(quote-text)|title=The Picture of Dorian Gray|chapter=XVI|passage=From cell to cell of his brain crept the one thought; and the wild desire to live, most terrible of all man's appetites, quickened into force each trembling nerve and fibre.
(RQ:Florio Montaigne Essayes) wherein thou art placed(nb..).
1810, (w), ''Lady of the Lake'', II:
- Not long shall honour'd Douglas dwell, / Like hunted stag, in mountain-cell(nb..).
1999, Paul Brown & Dave King, ''The Guardian'', 15 Feb 1999:
- An American company has applied to experiment in Britain on Parkinson's disease sufferers by injecting their brains with cells from pigs.
2011, Terence Allen & Graham Cowling, ''The Cell: A Very Short Introduction'', Oxford 2011, p. 3:
- In multicellular organisms, groups of cells form tissues and tissues come together to form organs.
The minimal unit of a automaton that can change state and has an associated behavior. (defdate)
A small group of people forming part of a larger organization, often an outlawed one. (defdate)
A region of radio reception that is a part of a larger radio network.
The unit in a statistical array (a spreadsheet, for example) where a row and a column intersect.
The space between the ribs of a vaulted roof.
An area of an insect wing bounded by veins
To place or enclose in a cell.
(l), (l); (abbreviation of).
(l); a room in a prison.
Cell; a room in a monastery for sleeping one person.
Cell; a small group of people forming part of a larger organization.
Cell; the basic unit of a living organism.
Cell; a cavity in a structure such as a honeycomb.
Cell; a minimal unit of a cellular automaton.