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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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Divide will become part of Google's Android team, continuing to develop solutions and cater to existing clients, the company said in the website post.
A few, including red hot pokers and peonies, hate being moved so only lift and divide them if you want to propagate them.
Keenly aware of Africa's many artificial divides, Nkrumah was determined to lead a revolution that would bridge those divides.
Tipperary acting manager Nessa Joyce said: "We divide races to help the industry and often we get calls from trainers days beforehand asking us to divide certain races when the number of entries are big.
To further divide the clump, use hand forks or cut away sections with a sharp knife after shaking off loose soil.
Continental Divide: a continent's "backbone" (highest region), which divides the direction of waterways.
The phenomenon called digital divide was the focus of this paper.
The regeneration takes place when cells that support each hair cell divide to produce a new hair cell and a new supporting cell.
While the racial/ cultural divide is always in the background, the action of the novel encompasses familiar and popular YA themes: new girl in school; romantic love; undue interference of a parent in a teen's life; jealousy of Jeff's former girlfriend; young Portia's awkward adjustments to middle school and first boyfriends.
His use of inclusive language (though not for God), his concern that the church has fallen short in erasing the divide between male and female (Gal 3:28), and his concern for justice issues suggest progressiveness.
However, the strength of this book is his analysis of the social and economic relations in the South beyond the master-slave divide.