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1. To separate or become separated into parts, sections, groups, or branches.
2. To sector into units of measurement; graduate.
3. To separate and group according to kind; classify.
4. To branch out, as a blood vessel.
5. To undergo cell division.
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Q. How does the time of high and low usually divide in bipolar? How long are the high times supposed to last and should the low times last more or less the same? how much time is there usually in between?

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So, even the study of one disease became a dividable concept.
padir "accepting, agreeable to" (as in qesmat-padir "dividable" and delpadir "pleasant") < Olr.
The buildings are zoned to house a large dividable multipurpose room, a pair of youth activity rooms, a senior center, and multiuse small child, art, dance, and computer rooms.
Physicians are dividable into those who prefer coding themselves because they feel responsible for the economic future of their clinical departments and into those who reject coding as an administrative burden and thus demand clinical coders.
The buildings are zoned to house a large dividable multipurpose room, a pair of youth activity rooms, a senior center and multi-use small child, art, dance and computer rooms.
And finally, the matter of naan bread, that wonderfully doughy easily dividable extra for those who require "bulk" with their meals: I favour the garlic or fruited variety which provide an extra tang.
m.) exhibition hall dividable into three individual exposition spaces, as well as a 39,500 sq.
Dividable theaters and training rooms hold as many as 300 people and contain state-of-the-art projectors and networks, including ultra-large LED displays, plasma screens, LED signage, built-in video conferencing, high-resolution LCD projectors and plasma screens.
The hotel features a dividable ballroom that can seat up to 300 people for meetings.
When it's finished in early 2005, the center will have a new dividable 50,000-square-foot multipurpose convention hall.