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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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Divide, whose mobile app helps keep employees' personal and corporate data stored on their device separate, could help Google gain further traction in the enterprise, with the buyer's mobile platform powering over three-fourths of smartphones sold globally, Reuters notes.
The best time to divide plants is autumn, when they are dormant, and spring, when they are just including bamboos should be divided in early spring, while perennials which flower in spring and early summer, such as lily-of-the-valley, epimediums and rhizomatous bearded irises, should be divided as soon as they have finished flowering.
Meade acknowledged that lower-grade handicaps might be dealt with differently as he added: "It's a Catch 22 situation with us too as we want to get divides in certain cases.
It's best to divide plants either in the autumn, when the soil is still warm, or in spring, as new plants are starting to grow.
He divides the volume into two parts: (1) an argument for his methodological approach and (2) a thematic exploration of the theology of the Bible.
Others describe the situation more darkly, suggesting that Issing's departure offers an opportunity for the ECB leadership to divide the research duties and thus reduce the influence of the research power center.
Students in the Digital Citizenship course had a challenge to confront the digital divide.
Divide the cost of goods by average inventory to see how long it takes to sell inventory.
If, in baseball, we need to divide performance measures by the number of opportunities, then in the corporate domain we likewise need to divide commonly-used performance measures by a suitable measure of the risk taken to achieve that performance.
Joe Volk, executive secretary of the Friends Committee on National Legislation, advocated "practicing values that are shared across the deep divide in the middle of America: affirming the dignity of every human being, compassion for the stranger, tolerance for minority views, and freedom for all.
The fertilized egg cell begins to divide and grow to become a blastocyst (ball of about 100 cells), then an embryo, and finally a fetus (unborn animal eight weeks after fertilization).