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Synonyms for divide

to make a division into parts, sections, or branches

to separate into branches or branchlike parts

to become or cause to become apart one from another

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To carry out this vision, SEIU launched a program to help working families bridge the digital divide--by increasing access to computers, Internet service, and training--and to bridge the information divide, by providing local unions with the content, training, and technology to make resources for working people available online.
ABCD divides into AB1, AB2 and CD Partnerships by operation of state law, without undertaking a form.
Appu Kuttan unanimously for this prestigious award because of his outstanding leadership efforts and contributions towards bridging the digital divide by advancing digital literacy in many countries over many years.
Tuesday's election illuminated a deep divide, not simply in American politics, but among Americans themselves and where they live.
In his address, Pastor focused on four ideas to address the state's many social and economic divides.
6 GHz to the AD9513/14/15, which perform divides, phase offsets, and delays in close proximity to the circuits needing clocks.
Each time a cell divides, however, it shaves off a portion of this chromosomal DNA.
Another scenario divides the Valley along the San Diego Freeway, creating a West Valley district and an East Valley district.
Social divides: Despite an appearance of wealth, social divides are widening in many developed countries.
After all, before a cell divides, its chromosomes must duplicate, separate into two sets, and move to opposite sides of the cell.
The GCAB's most recent report, entitled "Charting & Bridging Digital Divides," is the first study of its kind to compare and synthesize research about the digital divide in eight countries conducted over the past ten years.
This integration ensures that the genes will code for their proteins indefinitely and will be copied whenever a cell divides.
The AMD (NYSE:AMD) Global Consumer Advisory Board (GCAB) released a new study today, entitled Charting and Bridging Digital Divides.
A bit of every telomere is lost whenever a cell divides, so the telomeres in most human cells gradually shorten.