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- v. Cease to be together, break apart from the group.
- v. separate, disassociate, cause to come apart.
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- n. an increase in the number of outstanding shares of a corporation without changing the shareholders' equity
- v. become separated into pieces or fragments
- v. separate into parts or portions
- v. discontinue an association or relation; go different ways
- v. get a divorce; formally terminate a marriage
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But if the Red Orbs are supposed to have been split up ten thousand years ago, how could one of them have been buried on a Bajoran moon one thousand years ago?
That is 4 CER and D Squadron RCD would be positioned ready to lead the way, while the other combat units were split up into battle groups.
She looked like a flamenco dancer split up the middle, and she topped up the impression with a high tortoise-shell mantilla comb pegged like a tiara into her mop of hair.
So there went the plan to split up and go two by two, at least for the long walk down Gardenia Street.
No grower of grain was approached, for Caesar Octavianus planned to see a great increase in locally grown grain once these latifundia were split up as allotments for veterans.
After you left, and we got out of South Place okay, we split up for a while.
Tautorus, had been split up into small battle groups and placed under the command of the various grenadier units in the areas of Dirschau and Prussian Stargard.
After Squier and Eskew split up in 1994, the hard feelings hardened as the years went on, and Gore said he was frustrated by the situation.
Around the time of the Cole bombing, the al-Qaeda leader evacuated everyone from his compound at Kandahar airport and split up from his senior advisers Mohammed Atef and Ayman al-Zawahiri so that all three would not be killed together in the event of a retaliatory American strike.
Later on Mayapan was rebuilt and was again the capital of the nation until about the middle of the fifteenth century, when, in consequence of a general revolt against the reigning dynasty, it was finally destroyed, and the monarchy was split up into a number of independent petty states, of which eighteen existed on the peninsula at the arrival of the Spaniards.