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use "halves" in a sentence

The National highway 4 and the Railway track exactly cuts the City into two halves.

The city's 260 km coastline is divided by the kowloon Peninsula into two halves, the eastern and the western.

In 997, Brian Boru and Máel Sechnaill mac Domnaill had met in Clonfert and reached an agreement
without a penny's worth of character, who is killed in combat for an unthinking error of judgment.

This requires special precautions, such as local ground treatment or halting the TBM at a position free from water.

It started in 1991, when a federal judge ordered the halting of logging in Pacific Northwest national forests due to the threat it caused to the Northern Spotted Owl.

This affected Jayawardene psychologically, halting his cricket career for some time.

Recognizing partial solutions There are many programs that either return a correct answer to the halting problem or do not return an answer at all.

The Mustangs were instrumental in halting the North korean advance, giving United Nations forces enough time to build up sufficient strength to be able to go over onto the offensive.

Because of these problems the Air Ministry began to consider halting production of the Typhoon.

They wear Cloth Armor for the mana regeneration, and rely on halting enemy advance by controlling zones with their robots.

This function takes an input n and returns the largest number of symbols that a Turing machine with n states can print before halting, when run with no input.

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