To divide or break up into parts or divisions, as by discord; to separate into parts or parties, as a political party; to disunite.
To divide lengthwise; to separate from end to end, esp. by force; to divide in the direction of the grain or layers; to rive; to cleave; as, to split a piece of timber or a board; to split a gem; to split a sheepskin.
To divide or separate into components; -- often used with up; as, to split up sugar into alcohol and carbonic acid.
To separate into parties or factions.
The substitution of more than one share of a corporation's stock for one share. The market price of the stock usually drops in proportion to the increase in outstanding shares of stock. The split may be in any ratio, as, a two-for-one split; a three-for-two split.
When a growing company emits new shares to reduce the price quoted in the market. In a 2-for-1 split, 2 new shares are exchanged for every share that was previously owned.
The division of outstanding shares of a corporation into a larger number of shares. For example: in a 3-for-1 split, each holder of 100 shares before would have 300 shares, although the proportionate equity in the company would remain the same. A reverse split occurs when the company reduces the total number of outstanding shares, but each share is worth more.
An increase in the total number of shares outstanding. This increase in the number of shares results in the proportionate decrease of share price. For example, a company declares a "3 for 1" stock split, the price of the stock is currently $60 a share, a shareholder with 100 shares before the split would have 300 shares after the split with a value of $20 a share. The shareholders' equity does not change. A 'reverse split' is where the total number of shares is decreased and the stock price increases proportionally. As in a split the total stock holders equity remains the same.
Separations of wood fiber running parallel to the grain.
The bottom layers of the hide that have been split off from the top-grain leather, then pigmented or sueded. Generally stiffer and less durable, splits may be used on promotional leather furniture - particularly in areas of less direct use - to contain costs.
Limits - As in auto insurance, where rather than one liability amount applying on a per-accident basis, separate amounts apply to bodily injury and property damage liability.
a lengthwise crack in wood; "he inserted the wedge into a split in the log"
To burst; to rupture; to rend; to tear asunder.
To part asunder; to be rent; to burst; as, vessels split by the freezing of water in them.
To burst with laughter.
A crack, rent, or longitudinal fissure.
A setup with two non-adjacent cups remaining. [ More Info] See Also: Setup
A leave of two or more pins that does not include a head pin that has a gap, increasing the level of difficulty of conversion.
The holdem starting hand of Seven-Ten (7T). Named after a ten pin bowling term "the dreaded 7-10 split" the pins on opposite sides of the pin deck.
A spare leave in which the head pin is down and the remaining combination of pins have a gap in them, ranging from the 4-5 to the 7-10.
A small bottle (containing about half a pint) of some drink; -- so called as containing half the quantity of the customary smaller commercial size of bottle; also, a drink of half the usual quantity; a half glass.
is a bottle holding 375 milliliters or half the equivalent of a typical bottle holding 750 milliliters.
Half bottles of wine or champagne, 375 ml.
a unit of volume for liquor equal to 4 jiggers, 6 U.S. fluid ounces, or 177.4 milliliters. The same name is used for a small wine bottle holding 1/4 the volume of a regular bottle; this would be about 187.5 milliliters. The unit appears to have originated as half the volume of a 12-ounce bottle of soda, which bartenders would split between two drinks.
A per lap time that coaches often track to help swimmers learn how to swim a race more efficiently.
a time at which the runner reaches a milestone distance in a race
A swimmer's intermediate time in a race. Splits can be taken every lap and are used to determine if a swimmer is on record pace. Under certain conditions, splits may also be used as official times. In a relay, the time for one of the four individuals.
A swimmer's intermediate time in a race, registered every 50 metres, to record the swimmer's pace.
To bend one leg forward, the other straight back, while lowering the body toward the floor.
passes clear through the wood and is often the result of rough handling. Causes structural weakness and should not be used in bending (joists) or compression (posts).
To drop while bending the legs, one forward and one straight back.
A position in which one leg is extended forward, the other backward, with the feet and thighs at the surface. The lower back is arched and the hips, shoulders and head are in a vertical line in the water.
Division of a rock by cleavage.
division of a group into opposing factions; "another schism like that and they will wind up in bankruptcy"
An ACD routing division that allows calls arriving on specific trunks or calls of certain transaction types to be answered by specific groups of employees. (Also referred to as gate or group).
A division of the dataset e.g. by grade or area.
The feat of going down to the floor so that the legs extend in a straight line, either with one on each side or with one in front and the other behind.
extending the legs at right angles to the trunks (one in front and the other in back)
(also called: the splits) -- Any pose in which the legs are extended in opposite directions such that the angle of the legs is 180 degrees. (See: "front split" and "straddle split")
A split is a gymnastic and dance move in which one makes their legs parallel to one another, but perpendicular to their body. There are two forms: front splits, and side splits. Side splits are also sometimes referred to as "Chinese" splits in martial arts and "straddle" splits in Yoga and may come under an array of other names, including "box" splits and "center" splits.
Applies to Tournament style bets. The figure by which the outright odds are multiplied, so that the payout for a place can be calculated.
CCBill clients may split up fees, payouts, bonuses, with non-referral accounts for specific sub-accounts. These non-referral accounts are usually referrers or businesses. CCBill clients may also split fees with referrers
Applies to Tournament-type bets only. The figure by which the outright odds are multiplied in order to calculate the payout for a place.
Split is a KMFDM single released in 1991 between their albums NaÃ¯ve and Money.
'Split' is an album by the rock duo Zeke and Peter Pan Speedrock. It was released on February 12 2005, by Bitzcore Records.
Split is a split album by the Huntingtons and Darlington released in 2000 on Melted Records.