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HALF. One equal part of a thing divided into two parts, either in fact or in contemplation. A moiety. This word is used in composition; as, half cent, half dime, &c.

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Halve 1 or 2 of the garlic cloves and rub cut sides on the grilled bread.
PRINCETON: In 2000, the world's leaders met in New York and issued a ringing Millennium Declaration, promising to halve the proportion of people suffering from extreme poverty and hunger by 2015.
For example, at the lowest level students learn to halve small discrete quantities, symmetrical objects and small amounts and to name the two equal parts.
For example, a four-fold reduction in PD is needed to halve the capital requirements, whereas only a two-fold reduction of LGD is needed for the same halving effect.
The ring-like roof is supported by clusters of slanting tripods, comprising three poles (each 70mm in diameter) placed around the inner and outer perimeter rings, augmented by five intermediate clusters that halve the intermediate span.
For students and professionals at the beginning of their careers, Halve presents a guide to advertising techniques in India based on workshops and seminars he has taught in the past.
Millennium Development goals set in 2000 and endorsed by 190 member nations to not only halve extreme poverty within 15 years but end hunger, achieve universal primary education, promote gender equality, reduce child and maternal mortality and reverse the spread of diseases such as malaria and AIDS.
The United Nations has issued a progress report on the Millenium Development Goals, which were set in September 2000 in an attempt to halve world poverty by 2015.
1 Halve the baked potatoes and scoop out the middle, putting the halves to one side.
Method: Rest a sieve on a small pan, halve the passion fruit and scrape the seeds into the sieve.
But to do that, its leaders must at least halve the billions lost to corruption.