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Synonyms for divided

separated into parts or pieces

having a median strip or island between lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions


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distributed in portions (often equal) on the basis of a plan or purpose

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All this should not be considered to be a relativization of the problematic character of the dividedness of the church, something of which Kuyper has been accused.
case is interesting with respect to that nation's dividedness on whether SRSS (and CSR in general) are worthwhile business endeavors.
They might make it wholly available in its partial dividedness.
the dividedness and dissociation of DID it may seem natural to discount
The Archbishop said: "Meeting, as we do, as bishops of separated church communities, we must all feel that each of our own ministries is made less by the fact of our dividedness, a very real but imperfect communion.
Dividedness within us brings division in our relationship.
Ross Labrie, in "Asceticism in the Writings of Thomas Merton," argues that Merton "came to see the primary importance of asceticism as a liberating of the self from fragmentation and dividedness.
Economic volatility became political dividedness, making individuals such as Vike-Freiberga so valued and highly regarded when she was elected in 1999.
Esau Pritchett keeps the focus on the protagonist's dividedness, which Robert Heilman sees as the emotional core of tragedy, as Othello negotiates between the values of Iago and those of Desdemona.
Fractured not only along the East/West divide but into British-, French-, and American-occupied zones, postwar Berlin embodies a dividedness that President John F.
Dividedness and patterns of behavior that appear disconnected from any sense of spirit are thus an increasingly prevalent outcome.
Such inner dividedness has torn apart most of the families in the novel, and has found its political parallel in the split between the right-wing Knothead Party and the New Left Party, its racial expression in the conflict between whites and black Bantus, and its religious analogue in the split within the Catholic Church between the American Catholic Church and the Dutch Schismatics.
Ferdinand Mount's Mind the Gap: the New Class Divide in Britain, published in 2004, discusses what he sees as a growing class dividedness in Britain in terms of a breakdown in lower-class morale and self-esteem.
Many of the major philosophical and theological figures in the history of Western philosophy must take the blame for promulgating the dividedness of human existence and the denigration of our world bound nature.
His perception focuses on the non-identity of things, the dividedness, the twinning of elements that do not quite match.