The act or process of diving anything into parts, or the state of being so divided; separation.
That which divides or keeps apart; a partition.
The portion separated by the divining of a mass or body; a distinct segment or section.
The separation of a genus into its constituent species.
Two or more brigades under the command of a general officer.
Largest tactical unit of the British Army (beneath Corps)
A formation of troops consisting of two or more brigades. Federal divisions usually contained three brigades, while Confederate divisions numbered up to six brigades. Major-generals or brigadier-generals commanded divisions.
A number of corps within the territory grouped for administrative purposes under the supervision of a Divisional Commander, e.g., the Alberta Division.
Separation of the members of a deliberative body, esp. of the Houses of Parliament, to ascertain the vote.
A vote taken in a House of Parliament when the names of Members are recorded individually according to how they vote.
Only the total number of votes for and against a motion are recorded (no names or individual votes are recorded).
an incidental motion which requires no second, cannot be debated or amended and is not voted on
in the NFL, sub-groups within conferences, such as the Eastern, Northern, Southern and Western Divisions; also, a grouping of teams in college football, where Division I contains the most competitive teams and Division III the least.
a group of ships of similar type
a grouping that includes cats of the same pattern but across all possible colors in that pattern
a group of functions created to allow an organization to produce and dispose of its goods and services to customers
A grade or rank in classification; a portion of a tribe or of a class; or, in some recent authorities, equivalent to a subkingdom.
A term used by some microbiologists and formerly by botanists, corresponding to the term phylum.
A taxonomic grouping of related, similar classes; a high- level category below kingdom and above class. Division is generally used in the classification of prokaryotes, algae, fungi, and plants, whereas an equivalent category, phylum, is used in the classification of protozoa and animals. DNA Abbreviation of deoxyribonucleic acid. DNA ligase( ly-gaze) width="400" valign="TOP" A linking enzyme essential for DNA replication; catalyzes the covalent bonding of the 3' end of a new DNA fragment to the 5' end of a growing chain.
the major taxonomic rank within the Plant Kingdom. Alternative name for phylum.
Divisions are used to divide an incident into geographical areas of operation. A Division is located within the ICS organization between the Branch and the Task Force/Strike Team. (See Group.) Divisions are identified by alphabetic characters for horizontal applications and, often, by floor numbers when used in buildings.
Usually refers to an unincorporated branch of a company. Many publishing houses contain several divisions.
Geographical areas containing approximately equal numbers of voters as defined for federal electoral purposes. There is a divisional office in each of the 150 House of Representatives electoral divisions. The Divisional Returning Officer (DRO) and staff at this office are responsible for the enrolment of voters, conducting the election in that division and providing information sessions to schools and community groups.
a branch of surveying professions established by the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors (HKIS)
A means of grouping submissions for an account. A company might create divisions that correspond to its major product lines or business units. Account administrators can create and remove divisions, assign users to them, and provide a billing address and purchase order number that differ from those of the main account.
At GCU, some schools are in 'divisions' for teaching, research and administrative purposes, for example the Division of Social work in the School of Health and Social Care .
an administrative unit in government or business
a unit of the United States Air Force usually comprising two or more wings
Two companies of infantry maneuvering as one subdivision of a battalion.
A geographic protection area of the Orange County Fire Authority presently encompassing two or three battalions and managed by a Division Chief.
The basic combined arms organization for waging war. Normally commanded by a major general. During the Korean War it consisted of three regiments of infantry; a four-battalion division artillery (three battalions with 105-mm howitzers, one with 155-mm howitzers); an antiaircraft artillery battalion; a tank battalion; a reconnaissance company; an engineer battalion; a medical battalion; and supporting medical, ordnance, quartermaster and signal companies.
an army unit large enough to sustain combat; "two infantry divisions were held in reserve"
Disunion; difference in opinion or feeling; discord; variance; alienation.
discord that splits a group
a section of your page that needs display characteristics other than page defaults
If the patent office decides that an application covers too large an area to be considered as a single patent, then the application is split into one or more divisional applications. A divisional application has the same specification as the "parent" but claims a different invention. (see continuing applications)
The distribution of a discourse into parts; a part so distinguished.
That mental operation which resolves a whole into its parts.
(2) A mathematical operation based on "sharing" or "separating into equal parts." The dividend is the total before sharing. The divisor is the number of equal parts or the number in each equal part. The quotient is the result of division. The remainder is the number left over when a set of objects is shared equally or separated into equal groups. Example: In = 4R1, 29 is the dividend, 7 is the divisor, 4 is the quotient and the remainder is 1.
an arithmetic operation that is the inverse of multiplication; the quotient of two numbers is computed
Most domestic leagues have multiple divisions, separate leagues based on performance where clubs can move between divisions through promotion and relegation. Major League Soccer in the United States is one of few professional leagues with only one division.
a league ranked by quality; "he played baseball in class D for two years"; "Princeton is in the NCAA Division 1-AA"
Any one of the three National league programs offered and administered by the USTA (USA League Tennis - Adult, USA League Tennis - Senior, USA League Tennis - Mixed Doubles) and any other USTA Area, District or Section sanctioned program identified as part of TennisLink and entered as part of the USTA NTRP Computer Rating System.
A specific group of teams within a League and Level that has a specific playing schedule during a specific period of time (e.g. season or tournament). A Division is typically based on a Team's competitive skill level (as in Division 1, 2, 3, etc.)
1. A decentralized organizational unit that is structured around a common function, product, customer, or geographical territory; 2. A separately functioning business activity with the parent company responsible for payment of debts.
A business unit within a corporation that is not legally separate from the corporation. Which means assets of the corporation are available to meet any credit obligations of the division.
An organizational subgroup of a department.
A subgroup within a corporation; A division is not a legal entity separate from the corporation for legal, tax or financial statement purposes (i.e. similar in nature to a subsidiary or a subset of a subsidiary).
The process of finding how many times one number or quantity is contained in another; the reverse of multiplication; also, the rule by which the operation is performed.
In each Lotto game, there are several levels of prizes. Each level is called a 'division'. The more winning numbers you are playing in any one game, the bigger the prize you win. If all 6 winning numbers match your selected numbers in any one standard game (or equivalent), you win a Division 1 prize, the highest division. The divisions for each Lotto game are slightly different so please go to Play! and find out the exact divisions of all games by clicking on the game descriptions.
the process of finding out how many times a number is contained in another Example: 6÷3=2 3 is in 6 two times
An operation to discover how many times one number fits into another.
That portion of a railroad managed by a superintendent.
A geographical unit of operation in charge of a superintendent under whose direction the three essential functions coming under "operations" are carried out. These functions are the maintenance of way and structures, maintenance of equipment, and transportation of freight and passengers.
That portion of a railroad assigned to the supervision of a division superintendent. OR One of six major sections of Conrail consisting of main tracks, yards, stations, and sidings assigned to the supervision of a superintendent. OR The apportionment, by carriers, of revenue received from a shipment moved by more than one rail carrier.
A portion of the railroad designated by a timetable.
A unit of a complex fire perimeter between designated topographical or cultural features (such as ridges, streams, and roads) organized into two or more sectors for control.
The largest segment of a geographical fire perimeter. A division supervisor is in charge of operational activities with the division. Letters are assigned to describe a division.
The segment of the fire perimeter consisting of two or more sectors. Note Division Boss under Fire Overhead.
A set or form of boys taught together in any subject.
a critical subject to understand in COBOL
A rhetorical strategy that breaks a subject down into smaller parts and analyzes their relationship to the overall subject.
an organization containing troops of all arms
an organization containing troops of all at ms
A self-contained part of the organ consisting of its own windchest, pipes, and keyboard.
a specific event in a ballroom and latin dance competition
There are currently five (5) divisions recognized by the NHPA. They are: Juniors, Open Men, Open Women, Seniors, and Elders (this division includes Physically Challenged Men). Some of these Divisions may not be contested at all tournaments. (See RULE 1, Section A-E)
One of several levels of competition within a given discipline of skating, the most common being the senior, junior, novice, intermediate, and juvenile divisions.