subdivide


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Synonyms for subdivide

to separate into branches or branchlike parts

Words related to subdivide

form into subdivisions

divide into smaller and smaller pieces

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CLIENT WHO HAS OWNED LAND FOR MANY YEARS NOW WISHES TO SUBDIVIDE THAT LAND INTO MULTIPLE PARCELS, AND THEN SELL THE PARCELS AT LONG-TERM CAPITAL GAIN RATES.
The partnership should not hire brokers or attempt to advertise or sell the property, maintain an office, spend significant time there, or subdivide, develop or improve any of the property before selling it.
Subdivide a portion of your land into mini ranches for rental or sale.
The certificates were issued over a five-year period to landowners who avoided public hearings, thousands of dollars worth of fees and other requirements to subdivide property, according to prosecutors.
Such facet production would subdivide the crystal surface into an array of different-size plates, in which the successively smaller ones are often set at increasingly shallow angles.
These feedblock modules subdivide and recombine the melt streams in exponentially increasing numbers of layers.
We can subdivide the property into distribution, warehouse and light industrial spaces ranging from 30,000 square feet to 900,000 square feet," said Chuck Fern Of Lee & Klatskin.
The certificates were issued over a five-year period to landowners who avoided public hearings, thousands of dollars' worth of fees and other requirements to subdivide property, according to prosecutors.
What Craigie adds is an alchemical absurdity that signifies the energy and entropy of the creative process and the systems with which we rationalize and subdivide it.