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  • adj. Having the property that something divided into classes has had the classes themselves further divided.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of subdivide.


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  • It turns out the broker neglected to show us the last page indicating the 6900 square meter parcel we were making an offer on had never been legally subdivided from the property across the road.

    Buying property in Mexico: watch out for landmines

  • This Possibility may be again subdivided into two or more Hypotheses.

    Whose Body?

  • Of these courses only four returned after the captivity (Ezr 2: 34-39), which were again subdivided into twenty-four -- retaining the ancient name and order of each.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • Albertine might indeed exist in my memory only in the state in which she had successively appeared to me in the course of her life, that is to say subdivided according to a series of fractions of time, my mind, reestablishing unity in her, made her a single person, and it was upon this person that I sought to bring a general judgment to bear, to know whether she had lied to me, whether she loved women, whether it was in order to be free to associate with them that she had left me.

    The Sweet Cheat Gone

  • Edison, in short, had 'subdivided' the electric light.

    Heroes of the Telegraph

  • We encounter Carlos and Reina when they are already living in the kind of subdivided basement that becomes home for thousands of illegal arrivals in the outer boroughs of New York City.

    GreenCine Daily

  • This allows higher density development such as subdivided houses and apartment complexes but maintains the occupancy limit per dwelling unit. stories

  • Muller found in the plaintiffs 'favor on a second argument over whether roads on waterfront property naturally "subdivided" property for the purposes of development. RSS

  • Meanwhile, America's infrastructure priorities will probably take a distinctly European turn -- especially under Democratic leadership -- with a greater focus on mass transit, walkable cities and "smart growth" and declining support for the kind of subdivided, car-connected sprawl that has flowed outward from our cities since the days of Bailey Park.

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  • Science is often subdivided in the "natural sciences", such as physics, chemistry, astronomy, and geology, and the "social sciences" or human sciences, such as psychology, anthropology, and economics.

    After thoughts on Barr


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