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bisector

[‚bī′sek·tər]
(mathematics)
The ray dividing an angle into two equal angles.
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Plans are being discussed that would bisect the firm's cable (MTV Networks) and film (Paramount Studios) operations from its broadcast television (CBS Networks) and radio (Infinity Broadcasting) units.
The roughly 10 square km zone is located on the West bank of the Tigris River, which bisects the Iraqi capital.
Users can view the new Rockies Express Pipeline as it bisects the country from west to east along with all the proposed pipeline projects throughout the U.
Initially, Incremental K-Means bisects the entire collection into two clusters.
The decision to build a school with a public footpath that bisects the grounds and separates it from the state of the art sports field, thus allowing anyone to walk through the middle of the school grounds at any time, puts children at risk of the so-called stranger danger that schools warn them about.
Though development opponents have dismissed it as another form of concreting a free-flowing river, the technique will be used for the Landmark tract, which the Santa Clara bisects.
It went through a series of design changes before planners eventually decided that it needed to run beneath downtown Santiago and the Mapocho River, a shallow waterway that bisects the city and serves as a drainage ditch for winter storms and spring thaws from the Andes towering nearby.
The property is located on the prolific Motagua Fault Structure that bisects Guatemala and is associated with Glamis Gold Ltd.
Trevor Creed, senior vice president, Product Design, points out such things as the trunk (which is not as utile as it might be given the boat-tail rear) and the center spine that bisects the vehicle right down the middle (assuming that you're looking at it from above): "No Europeans would do things like that.