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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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La situacion se pacifico poco despues, tras la aprobacion pontificia en 925 del autoproclamado rey Tomislav, con los dos Sinodos de Spalato (925-928), que confirmaron el primado de esta sede sobre los obispos de Croacia y Dalmacia y finalmente abolieron la diocesis de Nin.
Tommaso of Spalato wrote that Francis "spoke of the duty of putting an end to hatreds and of arranging a new treaty of peace.
He never lost his early love of crepuscular gloom, whether drawing in the trenches on the Western Front, observing Good Friday processions in Spain or confronting Mestrovic's majestic sculpture at Spalato (Fig.
Save for an occasional report such as that left by Thomas of Spalato regarding the sermon Francis of Assisi preached in the public square in Bologna in 1222 or 1223, our only sources for his preaching are directed more to the members of the order than to exploring the relationship to the laity.
Adam cuando visita Spalato no solo descubre las ruinas, sino que brinda una ocasion propicia para ejercitarse en un cruce entre la arqueologia y la imaginacion y servira tanto para ofrecer una vision subjetiva del pasado, plagada de efectos espaciales, sujeta a su gusto personal, como para extraer modelos de futuro en obras que proyectara en Inglaterra a su retorno.
When the Catholic Archbishop Spalato came to England, writes Wilson in the language of astrology, 'he preaches, rails, and writes against Rome, (extolling the Protestant Religion) till he came to be Dean of Windsor', and then, disappointed in further hopes or guided by an altered fancy,