dimidiation


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dimidiation

the process of dividing in half; the state of being halved.
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It touches the question of dimidiation or impalement in the coat of mine uncle, Sir John Leighton of Shropshire, who took unto wife the widow of Sir Henry Oglander of Nunwell.
To this end, the effect of the dimidiation of LED power on temperature values, two different LED configurations, 30 W, and series-connected 2 x 15 W were used.
It is not at all easy, for example, to make sense of his theory of "dimidiation" either as presented in the article, "Proleptical Remarks on the Evolution of Archaic Chinese" (1937), which uses the terms "phoneme" and "semanteme" in undefined, idiosyncratic ways that do not correspond to common linguistic usage, or in Honey's summary on p.