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bisector

[‚bī′sek·tər]
(mathematics)
The ray dividing an angle into two equal angles.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The model features new grille with wings that bisect the brand's tri-shield logo, new wheel packages and interiors similar to the Trax, including a new instrument panel, gauges, materials, and infotainment.
Best of all were the four huge clumps of Hakonechloa macra that stand where two paths in our brick garden bisect. Though they are rich green and fairly static in summer, as autumn progresses their blades get longer and more wispy and their colour changes to subtle shades of olive green, orange and russet.
28, expressed concern about a proposed section of Israel's security wall that will bisect the Cremisan Valley south of Jerusalem.
The rugby posts are wide enough to account slight errors in judgement from a shot but not too distant to allow badly pulled or sliced shots to bisect the uprights.
One side is embossed with "54 193," with a single-line bisect separating the "54" and "193." The opposite side has a single-line bisect.
To demonstrate the more permanent change effected by European carp, Bronmark and Miner used weighted plastic curtains to bisect two small, natural ponds containing carp.
Deep red walls are set off by elaborate gold molding above and blue-green wainscot below, and large, two-sided velvet benches bisect the room.
Route 201 would bisect and utterly devastate a spectacular river corridor preserve, public park and boat launch that have been protected from development for over 50 years by the local Somerset Woods Trust.