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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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Wynyard Hall, Wynyard Afternoon tea here, which includes scones, cakes and pastries, costs PS23.
They will return via the Cairn O'Mount road back into Perthshire and finally to Scone.
There is also freshly baked scones accompanied by clotted cream and Tiptree jam and a selection of homemade cakes for PS15.
Alternatively, there's the Gentleman's Afternoon Tea with salmon, roast beef and ham sandwiches, a cheese scone, a hot crumpet with gentleman's relish, plus a variety of sweet treats.
CHERRY SCONES WITH CLOTTED CREAM AND SOUR CHERRIES INGREDIENTS
A selection of finger sandwiches are available plus homemade scones, clotted cream and a selection of cakes.
Dr Oliver O'Grady, the archaeologist who has been leading the excavations at Scone for the past five years, said: "The radiocarbon dates confirm Moot Hill as one of Europe's extraordinary survivals, unique in Britain and the first assembly-mound in Scotland to be scientifically dated.
Not only has Jan Hollows devoted 50 years of service to nursing but also 50 years of service to the communities of Murrurrundi, Mudgee and Scone.
The Stone of Scone is also known as the Scone of Destiny.
The Original Organic Whole Wheat Scones: Billed as the first of their kind, The Original Organic Whole Wheat Scones from Cincinnati-based Embrace, a sweets company, LLC feature 200 fewer calories and 20 fewer grams of sugar than the typical scone.
From Harry Willey, PO Box 551, SCONE NSW 2337 (Cheques to Harry Willey)
Whichever way, many believe the name of the scone has close ties to the history of Scotland.