Tract may refer to:

  • Land lot, a section of land
  • Census tract, a geographic region defined for the purpose of taking a census
  • Tract (literature), a short written work, usually of a political or religious nature
  • Tract (liturgy), a component of Roman Catholic liturgy
  • Neural tract, a bundle of fibers that connects different parts of the central nervous system - analogous to a nerve in the peripheral nervous system
  • A collection of related anatomic structures, such as:
    • Gastrointestinal tract
    • Genitourinary tract
    • Reproductive tract
    • A grouping of feathers, e.g. primaries, auriculars, scapulars

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Samuel Hammond (minister) - Biography
... This man's frauds were exposed in a tract entitled A False Jew or a Wonderful Discovery of a Scot, baptized at London for a Christian, circumcised at Rome to act a Jew, rebaptized at Hexham for ... The tract contains a second title-page and pagination, which is the Declaration and Confession published by the impostor under the name of Joseph ben Israel ... Hammond also helped to write a tract attacking the Quakers, entitled The Perfect Pharise, under Monkish Holines, opposing the Fundamental Principles of the Doctrine of the Gospel, … manifesting himself ...
Senmaida - Track Listing
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Capillaria Aerophila
... is a nematode parasite found in the respiratory tract of foxes, dogs, and various other carnivorous mammals ... However, secondary bacterial infections of the respiratory tract, including pneumonia, may develop in heavy infestations ...
Tract - Businesses
... Tract, an imprint of the German group VDM Publishing devoted to the reproduction of Wikipedia content ...
Central Tegmental Tract
... The central tegmental tract is a structure in the midbrain and pons ... The central tegmental tract includes ascending axonal fibers that arise from the rostral nucleus solitarius and terminate in the ventral posteromedial nucleus (VPM ... This latter pathway (the rubro-olivary tract) will be used to connect the contralateral cerebellum ...

Famous quotes containing the word tract:

    My only companions were the mice, which came to pick up the crumbs that had been left in those scraps of paper; still, as everywhere, pensioners on man, and not unwisely improving this elevated tract for their habitation. They nibbled what was for them; I nibbled what was for me.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    When the State wishes to endow an academy or university, it grants it a tract of forest land: one saw represents an academy, a gang, a university.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

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    Richard Bentley (1662–1742)