To divide as into branches; to make subordinate division in.
Lateral portion of the shoot that originates from the trunk or from another branch and gives rise to shoots, twigs and leaves.
A lateral stem or part of the panicle inflorescence.
a retail postal facility that is subordinate to a primary (main) post office.
The part of the tree that arises from the trunk and supports shoots, twigs and leaves. Budding. A type of grafting in which a non-fruitful (vegetative) scion is placed in a stock plant.
A secondary woody stem growing from the trunk of a tree. The term is also used to describe the main ascending axis of a woody plant. Often used as equivalent of axis or stem or stalk.
n. (LL. branca, paw) a natural division of a plant stem.
One of the coarser divisions of a trunk or main stem; loosely, any division of the stem.
an administrative division of some larger or more complex organization; "a branch of Congress"
a division of a stem, or secondary stem arising from the main stem of a plant
grow and send out branches or branch-like structures; "these plants ramify early and get to be very large"
a broad sub-division of a religion
a copy of a repository where a developer or a team of developers can add new code without affecting the main version of the source
a division of a company which has its office and which may engage in economic/commercial activities
a division or offshoot from a main stem
an operating division or office of the same organization in a different location
a revision path that diverges from the main line of development (or trunk) in a member or project history
a split off of the trunk and will eventually make it to a release
a stem which is more than one year old and typically has lateral stems
a tree or other plant that grows from the trunk or stem
a unit of parallel development, which may or may not be kepy in sync with the main trunk
A section or division of something; a part.
a larger outgrowing stem that grows from the trunk
stem originating from another, larger stem.
A line of development within a code base, created from a snapshot of another branch, usually the trunk. Development proceeds independently on separate branches, but merges may occur in either direction in accordance with the branches' integration rules. There are two general types of branch: release and project.
any division or subdivision from the stem except the growth of the current season.
The organizational level having functional/geographic responsibility for major incident operations. The Branch level is organizationally between Section and Division/Group in the Operations Section, and between Section and Units in the Logistics Section.
A secondary woody stem or limb growing from the trunk or main stem of a tree, bush or shrub or form another secondary limb.
This is a branch off the trunk. It is a development area for big or customized changes so the trunk does not break.
any branch which appears off the side of the main stem or stalk.
Secondary division of tree trunk; a stem arising from the central leader.
A division of a company. As opposed to a subsidiary, a branch is not a separate legal entity. British Common Law - See Common Law
A subordinate or division office of First American Title Insurance Company, as opposed to an affiliate, agent, subsidiary or underwritten firm associated with the Company.
A lateral division of the stem.
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A branch is a part of a tree or shrub that grows from the trunk or stem.
That organizational level within the Incident Management System having functional /geographic responsibility for major segments of incident operations (e.g., Hazmat Branch). The Branch level is organizationally between Section and Division/Sector/Group.