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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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Dickens 2, Southfield Road, Middlesbrough You can enjoy a 'Tea with a Twist' here, featuring a teapot or cocktail, a selection of sandwiches, scones, and sweet treats.
3 TOP-NOTCH Organisers, supporters and sponsors with some of the machines at the festival launch at Scone Palace
These are served with warm scones with clotted cream and jam, and a selection of freshly baked cakes including red velvet, fruit tart and vanilla slices.
You choose your sandwich fillings when you arrive and you can request your warm speciality scone with or without fruit.
With the leftover egg mixture, brush over the top of the scones using a pastry brush.
Dr O'Grady said the radio-carbon dating, carried out by the Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre laboratories in East Kilbride, has proven that the hill was created by the soil brought to Scone in the shoes of nobility who came to pay homage to Robert the Bruce at his crowning in 1306.
There is speculation that the Stone of Scone, which now sits in Edinburgh Castle in Scotland, is not the original one.
Whole grains aren't just catching on in breads, but in muffins, scones, and other baked goods, too.
Scone's Fallen Anzacs commemorates one hundred and four men from the Scone District of New South Wales who died during World War I.
According to "The Highways and Byways of Central Scotland," a book written by Seton Gordon in 1886, for centuries Scotland crowned its monarchs at the Abbey of Scone, a few miles upriver from Perth.
DEAD AS A SCONE is a delightful and warm tale written in the Agatha Christie "cozy" style.
WITH the launch of Sultana Scone from Eurobuns, there is now a tea-time scone under the Classic Crumb brand to suit every menu requirement.