Tipperary acting manager Nessa Joyce said: "We divide
races to help the industry and often we get calls from trainers days beforehand asking us to divide
certain races when the number of entries are big.
His use of inclusive language (though not for God), his concern that the church has fallen short in erasing the divide
between male and female (Gal 3:28), and his concern for justice issues suggest progressiveness.
Although divorcing couples usually disagree about how to divide
their property, local statutes and case law largely determine value and proportionate ownership.
But the biggest divide
of all is the parent divide
All of these resources offer wonderful opportunities for unions and libraries to form partnerships for bridging the digital and information divide
into AB Partnership, BC Partnership and CD Partnership.
Appu Kuttan, Chairman and Founder of CyberLearning, the global nonprofit leader in digital education, was yesterday awarded the prestigious "2006 Champions of Digital Literacy Inspiration Award" for making the most contributions globally to bridging the digital divide
derive from different visions of America, colliding world views that have gridlocked our government for too long.
When a cell divides
, the nuclear membrane breaks down, allowing identical sets of chromosomes to segregate into the cell's two progeny.
LOS ANGELES -- Elected officials, policymakers and experts met today in Los Angeles to examine the state's growing economic, geographic and digital divides
When a normal cell divides
, it painstakingly creates a pair of cells having the same number of chromosomes.
Muslims are now bottled up on the eastern bank of the Neretva River, which divides
the city; the Croats control the west and access to Croatia and the coast.