Intercentral nerves(Physiol.), those nerves which transmit impulses between nerve centers, as opposed to peripheral fibers, which convey impulses between peripheral parts and nerve centers.

(||In`ter*cen"trum) n.; pl. Intercentra (Anat.) The median of the three elements composing the centra of the vertebræ in some fossil batrachians.

(In`ter*cept") v. t. [imp. & p. p. Intercepted; p. pr. & vb. n. Intercepting.] [L. interceptus, p. p. of intercipere to intercept; inter between + capere to take, seize: cf. F. intercepter. See Capable.]

1. To take or seize by the way, or before arrival at the destined place; to cause to stop on the passage; as, to intercept a letter; a telegram will intercept him at Paris.

God will shortly intercept your breath.

2. To obstruct or interrupt the progress of; to stop; to hinder or oppose; as, to intercept the current of a river.

Who intercepts me in my expedition?

We must meet first, and intercept his course.

3. To interrupt communication with, or progress toward; to cut off, as the destination; to blockade.

While storms vindictive intercept the shore.

4. (Math.) To include between; as, that part of the line which is intercepted between the points A and B.

Syn. — To cut off; stop; catch; seize; obstruct.

(In"ter*cept`) n. (Math.) A part cut off or intercepted, as a portion of a line included between two points, or cut off two straight lines or curves.

(In`ter*cept"er) n. One who, or that which, intercepts. Shak.

(In`ter*cep"tion) n. [L. interceptio a taking away: cf. F. interception.] The act of intercepting; as, interception of a letter; interception of the enemy.

(In`ter*cept"ive) a. Intercepting or tending to intercept.

(In`ter*ces"sion) n. [L. intercessio an intervention, a becoming surety: cf. F. intercession. See Intercede.] The act of interceding; mediation; interposition between parties at variance, with a view to reconcilation; prayer, petition, or entreaty in favor of, or (less often) against, another or others.

But the Spirit itself maketh intercession for us with groanings which can not be uttered.
Rom. viii. 26.

Intercedence to Interdict

(In`ter*ced"ence) n. The act of interceding; intercession; intervention. [R.] Bp. Reynolds.

(In`ter*ced"ent), a. [L. intercedens, p. pr. of intercedere.] Passing between; mediating; pleading. [R.] — In`ter*ced"ent*ly, adv.

(In`ter*ced"er) n. One who intercedes; an intercessor; a mediator. Johnson.

(In`ter*cel"lu*lar) a. Lying between cells or cellules; as, intercellular substance, space, or fluids; intercellular blood channels.

(In`ter*cen"tral) a. Between centers.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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