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quadripartite

 [kwod″rĭ-pahr´tīt]
divided into four.

quadripartite

(kwŏd″rĭ-păr′tīt) [″ + partire, to divide]
Divided into four parts.

quadripartite

divided into four.
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Further, MILF Chair Murad said he was not opposed to a quadripartite meeting, adding it could strengthen the final shape of the Philippine government -- MILF framework agreement.
When the ITER Parties, then EU, JA, RF and US, began serious talks on ITER, in the form of the Quadripartite Initiative Committee in 1988, Mike was chosen to chair its Ways and Mean Working Party, the forerunner of the current day Contact Person (CP) group.
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He informs us of the quadripartite structure of Bangkok's Western element in the time of Anna Leonowens: diplomats, missionaries, 'traders of questionable background' and seamen (p.
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De longues negociations avaient mene a l'accord quadripartite sur les services hospitaliers de Sioux Lookout, qui respecte la diversite culturelle et linguistique des residents de la ville et des environs.
The three basic principles contained in Philip II's ordinance for the creation of new settlements -- the criteria for the selection of the sites, the use of the basic grid, and the quadripartite segmentation of the resulting blocks thereafter allocated to the Church, the State, the conquistadores and main public servants -- testify, in the case of Lima, to the appropriateness and long lasting efficiency of that urban formula.
It is this quadripartite narrative structure, including the "mediumistic" elements of Enchi's memories, that moves False Fortunes from the realm of pedestrian historical fiction and renders it a work of superbly multifaceted intricacy which well rewards multiple readings at multiple levels.

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