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partition,

n the process of distributing an essential oil among several solvents by using the various soluble properties of the components within the essential oil.
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An important concept is that a partition action is usually considered an action in equity.
LAHORE -- Speakers at a seminar on a book, titled The Punjab Bloodied, Partitioned and Cleansed, were of the view that the history of Partition has been distorted for nationalist purposes in India and Pakistan.
To mark the 70th anniversary, the BBC is launching a series of programmes which will explore the legacy of Partition and hear some of its forgotten voices.
The reviewed book brilliantly analyses various aspects of the UN Partition Resolution of Mandatory Palestine.
A SIGNAL EVENT in global history, the South-Asian Partition of 1947 involved the world's largest mass migration of human beings, sectarian violence at an unprecedented scale and the simultaneous formation of the states of India, West Pakistan, and East Pakistan (now Bangladesh).
5 creates a logical collection that is broken into (or partitioned into) several physical data files based on ranges of a partition key.
com)-- Today, Vimxsoft is pleased to release an immediate available software Vimx Partition Recovery.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-January 3, 2012-Aomei unveils Partition Assistant 4.
Four Partitions: One Read-only Partition designated for AutoRun feature, Two Read-Write Partitions and One Hidden Partition, ie, in total 4 partitions.
A more traditional operable partition would be the type that is supported from the ceiling and pulls out from the wall in sort of an accordion fashion," says Mike Reinhart, interior design project manager for Perkins + Will.
WORLDWIDE COMPUTER PRODUCTS NEWS-January 25, 2011-Aomei unveils Aomei Partition Assistant 3.