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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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That was the genesis of Divided Assets of Chatsworth, a group of 22 people, of which 18 are women.
The cells divided like mad, but the virus did not come out.
He said the area's divided representation can slow down attempts to address basic neighborhood issues.
The CDC uses BMI, or body mass index (that's your weight in kilograms divided by your height in meters squared), to define overweight.
It used to be that such questions, typical of the dizzying contretemps between ethnic Croats and Muslims in Mostar, preoccupied and concerned the outside world, which invested tens of millions of dollars to unify this divided city of 70,000 people.
We've learned how volatile a stock could be,'' said Myrl Combs, vice president of Divided Assets.
Author, The Politics and Policy of Divided and Unified Governments.
How do you feel about your working time is divided among the different things that you usually do on the job.
Hospital inpatient operating expense is divided by the total number of cases used in the predicted cost/case calculations to estimate an actual average cost/case.
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Perennials which flower in spring and early summer, including epimediums, lilyof- the-valley and rhizomatous bearded irises, should be divided immediately after they have finished flowering.