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- adj. Having partitions. (Often construed with into.)
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of partition.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Divided into partitions.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In botany, provided with a partition or wall; separated by partitions.
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Poland re-emerged as an independent country after World War I, but it found itself once again partitioned by Germany and Russia in 1939.
In technical terms, the area was partitioned from the surrounding internet.
In the same year that Britain partitioned India and Pakistan, the UN put forth a partition plan for Palestine as a solution to dueling claims over the land by Jews and Palestinians.
On the arrival of the Euphemia our passage was soon arranged, but I could have only half the stern (and only) cabin partitioned off with canvas during the night (the other half being already engaged for two officers of the West Indian Regiments), and a small mate's cabin for my wife's maid.
What but the sword partitioned Poland, assassinated the rising liberty of Spain, banished the Huguenots from France, and made Cromwell the master, not the servant, of the People?
"partitioned" - or in other words, divided - among the members of the partnership.
Slide 112: 86 CHAPTER 4 s BACKING UP AND RESTORING FILES AND FILEGROUPS Partitioning Tables SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition provides new functionality called partitioned tables.
Whether or not Iraq is now progressively "partitioned" is largely a matter of terms.
Historically, the UN "partitioned" Palestine, giving ninety percent to the Palestinians and calling it Jordan, and ten percent to the jewish refugees, calling it Israel.
Which is the problem, because the bill guarantees that PBGC will pay for all "partitioned" benefits.