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  • n. Plural form of division.

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Examples

  • Administrative divisions: 7 divisions* (yin-mya, singular - yin) and 7 states (pyine-mya, singular - pyine); Chin State, Ayeyarwady*,

    The 1996 CIA Factbook

  • Administrative divisions: 7 divisions* (yin-mya, singular - yin) and

    The 2001 CIA World Factbook

  • Administrative divisions: 7 divisions* (yin-mya, singular -- yin) and 7 states (pyine-mya, singular -- pyine); Chin State, Ayeyarwady*,

    The 1999 CIA Factbook

  • Administrative divisions: 7 divisions* (yin-mya, singular - yin) and 7 states (pyine-mya, singular - pyine); Chin State, Ayeyarwady*, Bago*,

    The 2000 CIA World Factbook

  • - The WBA has imposed their ridiculous title divisions on the popular boxing archive boxrec. com.

    Doghouse Boxing News

  • The layoffs came by eliminating redundant positions and merging certain divisions, including folding the direct-to-home-video team under Paramount Digital Entertainment, which produces made-for-Internet videos.

    Paramount Layoffs Announced

  • It ignores the individual variation of us all and functions only to create divisions within divisions and leaves people trapped within the gaps between camps.

    Yet another trans 101, in which Helen tells cis people What’s What

  • Recall that there are two main divisions to our system of immune defenses, the adaptive immune response and the innate immune response.

    Creeping Crud

  • The layoffs will come by merging certain divisions, including folding the direct-to-home-video team under Paramount Digital Entertainment, which produces made-for-Internet videos.

    Corporate Watch

  • Subdued market conditions have been weighing on certain divisions, the Australian-based global investment bank said, including Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities, or FICC; Macquarie Securities Group and Macquarie Capital.

    Macquarie Sees Improving Conditions

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