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divide

Chiefly US and Canadian an area of relatively high ground separating drainage basins; watershed

divide

[də′vīd]
(geography)
A ridge or section of high ground between drainage systems.
(mathematics)
One object (integer, polynomial) divides another if their quotient is an object of the same type.
(science and technology)
A point or line of division.
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The hotel complex has a nearly 49,000-square-foot Convention Center, which is dividable into 22 different meeting space configurations.
Designed by the Eugene firm of Robertson Sherwood Architects, the new clubhouse will include lockers, an expanded pro shop, a living-room-like lobby and a larger, dividable banquet facility, with decks and a view of the golf course and a garden.
A dividable boot space allows you to hide plenty of kit out of sight and includes a handy shelf that can take loads of up to 10kg.
There are 26 meeting rooms and a dividable ballroom which can take 400 buffet style or 280 for dining.
Floors three and four at theWit offer 7,000 square feet of meeting facilities, with a 2,523-square-foot dividable ballroom and conference rooms named after notable wits Lincoln, Dickinson, Churchill and Wilde.
These problems at least are dividable in the two constructive and executive sections, and naturally the solutions that are provided to solve these problems, must be considered both in long and short term (the Office of Program and Budget Studies, 2006).
The 234-room hotel resort and spa, nestled on a slope-side bluff overlooking the Pemigewasset River in Lincoln, New Hampshire, has 117 suites that sleep up to six guests, each dividable into separate Club rooms with king beds and Studios with queen/double beds, a full kitchen and dining area.
Hills offers high-capacity mono- and bicomponent staple fiber machinery, and also affordable conversions of existing "blended polymer" staple machines to true bicomponent production of dividable and islands-in-the-sea fibers, for such uses as artificial leather and microfiber wipes manufacture.
The new clubhouse, designed by the Eugene firm of Robertson Sherwood Architects, will include lockers, an expanded pro shop, a living-room-like lobby and a larger, dividable banquet facility, with decks and a view of the golf course and a garden.
There are 100,000 s/f of dividable space available for lease on the first floor of the 145,000 s/f mixed-use building.