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Synonyms for divider

a taxonomist who classifies organisms into many groups on the basis of relatively minor characteristics

a person who separates something into parts or groups

a vertical structure that divides or separates (as a wall divides one room from another)

a drafting instrument resembling a compass that is used for dividing lines into equal segments or for transferring measurements

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In DocCheck we have found a partner who, like us, thinks in European Terms," is how Dr Vincenzo Costigliola, President of the European Medical Association, summed up the new partnership.
That's down to experience as much as anything and people forget we are a still a young side in European terms.
Although not enormous in European terms, this is a rise of some 5 million [euro] on 2004, which, in turn, had risen 5 million [euro] on 2003.
Howell is now the world's top-ranked Briton in 13th place and only Sergio Garcia is above him in European terms.
We'll only be 31 and, in European terms, that's not too old at all and there's no reason why we can't be even better when it comes there if everything goes smoothly in the next couple of years.
The less interesting elements of King's discussion reflect the old paradox much discussed by James devotees: How could a native Trinidadian, jet-black at that, regional nationalist when young, key activist of Pan-Africanism during the 1930s-40s, and ardent supporter of Black Power in old age, define himself, his intellectual life and tastes, so often in European terms, from Shakespeare to cricket?
The number of parks in Birmingham, even in European terms, is quite superb,' points out David Hickie, English Heritage's assistant regional director for the West Midlands.
An example: Germany is a huge market in European terms (39 million TV homes).
For all its positive contributions, it also ended up sanctioning modernity's power struggles, the quest for globalization and unity (on European terms, of course).
Fruit is average to large within the 75mm to 90mm range and in European terms fits in well with harvesting cycles as it can be picked several times following Gala.
Attracting a manager of his standing would have increased Celtic's stature in European terms hugely.
If equality is the standard by which the law measures the relationship, as was recognised in Mabo's case, then Indigenous peoples' laws and authority are deserving of respect even where they cannot be understood in European terms.
In European terms, Storage Dimensions had a presence virtually only in the UK, whereas Artecon was already in several countries around the continent," he explained.
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