Some articles on divided:
... card rearrangements affect the law If the N-S diamonds were divided 4-2 instead of 5-1, with clubs consequently divided 3-3, the available total tricks would be only 8 for N-S + 8 ...
... The façade of the church is divided into two sections ... The lower section is divided by six pairs of pilasters with Corinthian capitals, while the upper section is divided with four pairs of pilasters ...
... The Garre are divided into the Tuff and Quranyowa sub-clans ... While the Tuffs are further divided into the Ali and Adola groups, the Quranyow are divided into the Asare and Furkesha ...
... Having increased its possessions the Leiningen family was divided about 1317 into two branches the elder of these, whose head was a landgrave, died out in 1467 ... Later this family was divided into two branches, those of Alt-Leiningen-Westerburg and Neu-Leiningen-Westerburg, both of which are represented today ... as the family of Leiningen-Dagsburg, was flourishing, and in 1560 this was divided into the lines of Leiningen-Dagsburg-Hartenburg, founded by Count Johann ...
... A divided city is one which, as a consequence of political changes or border shifts, currently constitutes (or once constituted) two separate entities, or an urban area with a border ... Divided cities include ...
More definitions of "divided":
- (adj): Separated into parts or pieces.
Example: "Opinions are divided"
- (adj): Having a median strip or island between lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions.
Example: "A divided highway"
Famous quotes containing the word divided:
“Errors are more numerous than truths, but fortunately too divided among themselves to take power.”
—Mason Cooley (b. 1927)
“The attention of those who frequent the camp-meetings at Eastham is said to be divided between the preaching of the Methodists and the preaching of the billows on the back side of the Cape, for they all stream over here in the course of their stay. I trust that in this case the loudest voice carries it. With what effect may we suppose the ocean to say, My hearers! to the multitude on the bank. On that side some John N. Maffit; on this, the Reverend Poluphloisboios Thalassa.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Events in the past may be roughly divided into those which probably never happened and those which do not matter. This is what makes the trade of historian so attractive.”
—W.R. (William Ralph)