Tuesday, 18 December 2012



1. a division into parts; separation
2. something that separates, such as a large screen dividing a room in two
3. a part or share
4. a division of a country into two or more separate nations
5. property law  a division of property, especially realty, among joint owners
6. maths  any of the ways by which an integer can be expressed as a sum of integers
7. logic, maths
a. the division of a class into a number of disjoint and exhaustive subclasses
b. such a set of subclasses
8. biology . a structure that divides or separates
9. rhetoric . the second part of a speech where the chief lines of thought are announced
10. ( often followed by “off”) to separate or apportion into sections: to partition a room off with a large screen
11. to divide (a country) into two or more separate nations
12. property law  to divide (property, especially realty) among joint owners, by dividing either the property itself or the proceeds of sale

On the other side
Partitioned by history
The older city

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