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  • v. Present participle of bisect.

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Examples

  • As The Washington Post pointed out many of the policies in Iraq, such as bisecting cities with huge security walls, have actually re-enforced sectarian divisions.

    Ken Bacon: Obama Focuses on Iraqi Displacement

  • We've added a few steps such as bisecting then drawing and photographing the profile of each feature.

    Interactive Dig Mt. Vernon - Dig Diaries: Report 19

  • By the next day, Israeli forces had reportedly cut Gaza in half, "bisecting" it between north and south.

    Asheville Indymedia Summaries

  • (answer after some random command 'bisecting': git ls-files - others) 2009: behaviour has changed, but is still unhelpful

    planet.freedesktop.org

  • The Union Pacific ran across the center of Wyoming Territory, bisecting the great North American bison herd.

    Bird Cloud

  • For half a century, a dark tunnel of crumbling concrete encased more than three miles of a placid stream bisecting this bustling city.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: July 17, 2009

  • When the U.S. does have some limited objections, it very easily bars the actions, as in the case of the E-1 project linking Greater Jerusalem to the town of Ma’aleh Adumim, virtually bisecting the West Bank, a very high priority for Israeli planners across the spectrum, but raising some objections in Washington, so that Israel has had to resort to devious measures to chip away at the project.

    Noam Chomsky: The Imperial Way

  • The Tanzanian government intends to build a commercial road through the north of the Serengeti, bisecting the route of the migration.

    Andrew Harper: Serengeti Requiem?

  • Look closer at the charcoal-black head, contrasting with those snow-white cheeks; the broad black stripe down the chest, bisecting two patches of custard-yellow; and that rich moss-green shade on the bird's back.

    Birdwatch: great tit

  • If Vancouver, BC, with a metro area 1/3 smaller than Seattle can make do without a single major freeway going through the heart of the city, I think we can survive, and thrive, with just one enormous freeway (I-5) bisecting our fair city.

    Tunnel Construction Could Be Delayed One Year « PubliCola

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