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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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TOP TIPS TO DIVIDE AND RULE IN YOUR GARDEN, BY HANNAH STEPHENSON; Dividing is an easy way to boost stocks of perennials like echinacea and bearded irises (inset)
By dividing that number by the tam time, it was determined that 111.
In this kind of transaction, the dividing partnership distributes its assets to its partners, who then contribute them to the resulting partnerships in exchange for partnership interests.
In simple terms, dividing a divorcing couple's property involves identifying, valuing and apportioning assets, and CPA tax and audit expertise is a natural foundation for discovering the most relevant information to complete that process.
Not only do you get new plants to fill the gaps in existing beds or to start an entirely new border, but dividing improves the health of an established plant so it will grow vigorously and bloom profusely.
Inlier predicted cost/case is calculated for each hospital by multiplying the number of cases in each RGN for the year by the RGN weight (derived above) and dividing the sum by the total number of cases.
By finding the stem cells that allow a cancer to flourish, Clarke and Weissman hope to learn more about how to stop those cells from dividing and to cure the disease.
Dividing stops many herbaceous plants becoming overcrowded and losing vigour, as they would over time if they were left alone.
By war's end, Soviet troops occupied most of Eastern Europe, and the following year, former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill warned that an "iron curtain" had descended, dividing Eastern and Western Europe.
The cancer may even overcome toxic chemicals and intense beams of radiation, powerful weapons that kill rapidly dividing cells and suppress the growth of many tumors.
Chick, a former councilwoman, criticized the city's practice of dividing up street repairs evenly among the 15 City Council districts rather than targeting areas of greatest need.