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split

(split),
1. To cleave or break.
2. Any condition involving cleavage or bifurcation.

split

(splĭt) [D. splitten, to divide]
1. A longitudinal fissure.
2. Characterized by a deep fissure.

split

divided.

split estrus
occurs in bitches, especially during the first heat. Early signs do not proceed and the bitch is not mated but comes on heat 6 weeks later but is likely to be infertile. Occurs sporadically also in most other species.
split fats
fats which have been split into fatty acids and glycerol by digestion. A preponderance of split fats over neutral fats in the feces suggests that the supply of lipase is adequate and that any steatorrhea that is present is probably due to malabsorption rather than maldigestion.
split genes
genes which contain coding segments (exons) interrupted by non-coding segments (introns); found in eukaryotes but not in prokaryotes.
split hand deformity
split tongue
may be congenital or the result of injury to the tongue.
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When pressed on the matter Lawrie, with an impish smile, concedes: "We once did the outside catering at a polo match in St Andrews, William and Kate were somewhere in the field so we named the scones after them.
Greyfriars Road, |Cardiff, CF10 3AL, call 029 2011 1111 Jaspers Tea Rooms A short stroll or bus journey away from the centre of Cardiff, this lovely tea room offers a traditional afternoon tea, including fresh sandwiches, homemade scones with jam and cream and a selection of homemade cakes.
Some believe the early Scots gave the name "scone" to one of their staple foods with a vaguely stonelike shape to honor their monarchs and commemorate the removal - some would say thievery - of the Stone of Scone from Scotland by King Edward I of England in 1296.
Jones moved to Denver in 1995 to put his law degree to work but left 18 months later with enough seed money to get Jones Scones rolling in October 1998.
Beat the eggs together until blended and make up to a generous 300ml (1/2 pint) with the milk, then put about 2 tablespoons of the egg/ milk aside in a cup for glazing the scones later.
The D-Day veteran has baked more than 3,000 scones a year as well as countless butterfly cakes, almond tarts and apple pies.
Scone is located north of Sydney in a remote outback area.
Scone fans flock to the store to sample varieties including chilli, Turkish delight and ginger and pineapple, ham, leek, garlic, rhubarb & custard, plum, black cherry & white chocolate, coffee & walnut, and even Turkish delight.
To get a smooth, even finish on the clotted cream for each scone, dip a dessert spoon into boiling water for two to three seconds before scooping out each portion of cream.
Their banana chocolate chip scone is their signature scone.
A PLACE a small amount of baking powder with self-raising flour and mix scone dough by hand.