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di vi zhuh nuhl

  • a  of or relating to a military division
    divisional artillery
  • s  serving to divide or marking a division
    the divisional line between two states
  • s  constituting a division or an aliquot part of the basic monetary unit
    American divisional (fractional) coins include the dime and the nickel

  • The divisional commanders to be dismissed: 1) a German Communist who fought as Lieut.
  • At the center of the divisional line, two groups of tanks came out of the hills, reached and crossed the Gela-Vittoria road, shot up some amphibious trucks, lobbed shells over .
  • Imagine a chemical engineer in a Tylenol plant logging onto a system that shows how his factory's output feeds into divisional output--and how much closer that brings the company .
News & Articles


  • Gary Pinkel in Forbes
    I'm excited about that, but we didn't get here thinking about it,Missouri coach Gary Pinkel said. "You know, we had to win five straight games to have a chance to play in this one for the divisional championship. I'm just so proud of...
  • Ty Conklin in USA Today
    Every win's important, but certainly the divisional games are the most important ones,Conklin said.
  • Chris Snee in CNN
    There's a strong dislike for one another,Giants guard Chris Snee said. "Anytime you get a chance to knock out a divisional opponent, one you don't like, you get geeked up for these challenges. I think both sides would agree that to knock...

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