from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of things that divide or separate.
- v. Present participle of divide.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. That divides; separating; marking divisions; graduating.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
A week ago tonight, Robertson went on his TV show, "The 700 Club," and suggested Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon ` s massive stroke was God ` s punishment for what he called dividing God ` s land.
Why is it that South Carolina always fires the first shot in dividing our great country.
Woodard then goes on to create the setting of the Caribbean at the beginning of this ten year period, explaining the democratic nature of pirates in dividing plunder, giving captured slaves the option to remain slaves or become pirates.
You have succeeded in dividing the readership, you have brought in sympathetic readership from another blog, as was your intention, to support your position, and start your verbal donnybrook.
"You have succeeded in dividing the readership, you have brought in sympathetic readership from another blog, as was your intention, to support your position, and start your verbal donnybrook." and
Seven years of bellicose rhetoric failed to reduce the threat from al Qaeda and succeeded in dividing this country.
Now that someone, President Obama and Biden; the Obama Team is trying to put things right all you Repugs are doing in dividing this country.
Her strengths lie in dividing people ... not unifying people!
The duality thing may very well play a role in dividing the genders from one another, but so may the treatment of violence and sex in U.S. media, and our incredibly fraught attitudes toward the latter, I do blame on the Puritans. peacerenity — If we could find some happy balance where we treat it as special without it also being half Forbidden Fruit, half Holy Grail, I would not complain.
But if some Republicans are more interested in dividing the debate with ideological buzzwords rather than reaching consensus or even debating policy that could improve the health care system, then why bend-over backwards to consult them?
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