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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.
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| The split-level property is for sale for PS399,950 with estate agent Watts & Morgan.
Split-level compositions have become the speciality of Norwegian marine biologist and photographer Audun Rikardsen (www.audunrikardsen.com), who photographs the attempts by killer whales to raid fishing nets as they are loaded onto trawlers.
The issues which manifest our split-level morality may vary from time to time, but the fundamental contradictions that cause this hypocrisy remain the same.
JON and Rosanna Fosbrook have made a lovely home in their split-level apartment in mill conversion, The Park, at Kirkburton.
SPLIT LEVEL EvEn in a small garden, digging deep and creating a split-level garden with built-in seating will provide a much greater sense of privacy, especially if you raise the stonewall back of the bench with box cube head rests.
The split-level home in the exclusive area of Llanblethian has an air of the executive and promises a lifestyle to match for any prospective buyers.
Outside there is a paved driveway offering ample off-road parking and to the side and rear, delightful split-level gardens.
Bardon Lodge is a modern, f ive-bedroom, split-level, family home in the Conwy valley
Two sets of double French doors in the 21ft split-level lounge can be opened in the summer, says the owner, "so the room is almost part of the garden".
The revamp is part of a multi-million-pound upgrade of facilities and includes making a split-level design and a separate service yard area and creating better staff facilities, improving drainage and enhancing the facilities.
The Magnolia Hotel Houston (1100 Texas Ave.; 888-915-1110; www.magnoliahotelhouston.com) is small and intimate, with a ballroom adjacent to a split-level lobby.
During the 1950s, '60s, and '70s, the ranch house and the split-level muscled in and redefined the look of the suburbs.