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split

noun aperture, bifurcation, bisection, breach, break, chasm, chink, cleavage, cleft, crack, crater, crevice, cut, detachment, dichotomy, difference, dilaceration, dimidiation, diremption, disagreement, disassociation, discerption, disconnection, disengagement, disjunction, dismemberment, disruption, dissection, dissension, disseverance, disunion, divarication, divergence, division, divorce, divulsion, faction, fissura, fissure, fork, fracture, furrow, gap, gash, gulf, hiatus, incision, interruption, partage, partition, perforation, quarrel, rent, rift, rima, rip, scission, scissura, scissure, sect, segmentation, segregation, separation, severance, slit, slot, subdivision, sunderance, variance
Associated concepts: split among the Circuit Courts, split in authority, split sentence, splitting a cause of action

split

verb abscind, allocate, allot, apportion, assign, bisect, break, break with, carve, chop, cleave, crack, cut, deal, detach, dichotomize, diffindere, disconnect, disjoin, dispense, dissect, dissever, distribute, disunite, divide, dole, fissure, fracture, give way, hack, halve, hew, incise, intersect, isolate, lance, mete, open, parcel out, part, part company, partition, rend, rift, rip, rive, rupture, scindere, section, segment, segregate, separate, sever, share, shiver, slash, slice, slit, snap, splinter, subdivide, sunder, tear, unbind, untie
Associated concepts: split a cause of action
See also: alienation, apportion, argument, bifurcate, break, controversy, cross, detach, dichotomize, dichotomy, disaccord, disagree, disagreement, disassociation, discord, discrepancy, disjoint, divide, division, divisive, estrangement, feud, force, isolate, mete, part, partial, rend, rift, schism, separate, separation, sever, sort, subdivide, variance
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Visitors believe the royal couple were never out of the place, munching scones.
7-9 Park Road, Cardiff, |CF15 8DF, 029 2084 2129 Park Plaza - Laguna Kitchen & Bar restaurant Enjoy freshly cut sandwiches, sultana and buttermilk scones with clotted cream and strawberry preserve, Welsh cakes plus a selection of miniature pastries and cakes and a selection of loose teas.
He also claims that the new dating evidence scientifically matches with the earliest historical accounts of royal ceremonies being held at Scone contained in a tenth-century chronicle, dating from the reign of King Constantine II, which began in 906.
This is a polished work and will be of great interest to anyone interested in World War I, or who have roots in the Scone district.
As part of the coronation ritual, the kings touched the "Coronation Stone" or "Stone of Destiny" - a piece of sandstone about 26 inches long by 16 inches wide and 10 1/2 inches high - commonly known as the Stone of Scone.
He thought back to visits to the United Kingdom, and a particular pastry shop in Edinburgh, Scotland, where he flirted with the local lasses and sampled unearthly buttery scones.
Cut scones with a 6cm pastry cutter and place on a greased baking sheet.
WHAT YOU'LL NEED 450g (1 lb) self-raising flour 2 rounded teaspoons baking powder 75g (3 oz) butter, at room temperature 50g (2 oz) caster sugar 2 eggs about 225 ml (8 fl oz) milk METHOD Preparation time: about 15 minutes Cooking time: 10-15 minutes Makes about 20 scones 1.
After baking scones for charity for nearly 30 years, his scones are light as air with no soggy bottoms.
Gavin Owens, 30, from Cobh in Co Cork, was struck by a train near his home in Scone in New South Wales.
So she enlists expert scone maker Richard Hammond to help her perfect a crumble-free scone.