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Darren and Ian Owen both finished with 11 points in the order of merit, son Darren winning five and halving one of his eight games while dad Ian won five and halved one of his six.
And the goal became halving "the proportion of people in the developing world," which makes a big difference, because the developing world's population is growing faster than the population of the world as a whole.
An example of lesson topics addressing half and halving is shown in Figure 4.
To offer users different ways of viewing the video, Web content developers can now provide the choice of doubling or halving the screen size of the video without changing the original MPEG file or providing looping of playing of the video file.
But Lancashire totally dominated the afternoon singles also, restricting Cumbria to the minor consolation of halving two matches and winning one.
Dave Ramsay, Johnny Hall and Dave Rawlinson won for the home side in the handicap section, but wins for the Muni's Kevin Mannering and Gary Bell, with Adam Murphy dropping his first point in six games, halving with Craig Wren, left the Muni with five handicap points to seven for Barnard Castle, making the match score 18-6 to Barnard Castle.
With Boote and Melding winning and Jackson and Lewis halving they trailed 3.
Moore, Evan Griffiths, Sam Higgins, Gareth Roberts and Scott Fenwick all won with Adam Wilson halving in the final game.
Wrexham's Steve Merrill had brought the scores level when he beat Karl Lurz and there were other Denbighshire wins for Clays' Andy Evans, Alyn Torrance from Plassey and Andy Bostock from Wrexham, with another Wrexham player Kevin Matthias halving his game with Pennant Park's J P Snead.
St Deiniol's Paul Roberts and Adam Williams from Henllys were the winners in the afternoon with Conwy's Lee Jones and Alex Bradbrook from Mold halving their matches.
North Wales took a comfortable lead in the morning, winning four and halving one of the six foursomes.