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divide

(dĭ-vīd′)
v.
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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How, ever, did I become a temple that divides?' In silence the people stare, and then cast down their eyes.
The author offers a new approach that views the internet as one of many possible information and communication channels and assesses the digital divide as defined by a contextually determined necessity to use the internet as the only possible tool, showing that the digital divide is not a permanent or pervasive condition of every aspect of life or society, but that internet use depends on context, and that the idea that inadequate internet access always leads to social disadvantage is misleading.
It follows that if a formula *-divides then it p-divides and we can find the elements that makes it strongly divide from the definable closure of the parameter set which is a big improvement in our understanding of p-forking.
For unmarried couples, property division is not as clear because there is no law that sets out how to divide the property.
Divide will become part of Google's Android team, continuing to develop solutions and cater to existing clients, the company said in the website post.
A few, including red hot pokers and peonies, hate being moved so only lift and divide them if you want to propagate them.
Keenly aware of Africa's many artificial divides, Nkrumah was determined to lead a revolution that would bridge those divides.
Tipperary acting manager Nessa Joyce said: "We divide races to help the industry and often we get calls from trainers days beforehand asking us to divide certain races when the number of entries are big.
For much of the public, the term "bridging the digital divide" may seem archaic in today's world, where the technology access gap is narrowing.
It's not that people do not know how to divide, it's the additional number skills required to complete the division that often causes the problem, such as remainders, fractions, decimals and units of measurement.
In this two-volume set, contributors from 50 different institutions and organizations in 13 countries examine the digital divide from interdisciplinary perspectives, focusing on policy and social issues.
To further divide the clump, use hand forks or cut away sections with a sharp knife after shaking off loose soil.