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tr.v. com·part·ed, com·part·ing, com·parts
To divide into parts.

[Obsolete French compartir, from Italian compartire, from Late Latin compartīrī, to share : Latin com-, com- + Latin partīrī, to divide (from pars, part-, a part; see perə- in Indo-European roots).]
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vb (tr)
1. to divide into parts
2. architect to lay out according to a plan
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Verb1.compart - lay out in parts according to a plan
array, lay out, set out, range - lay out orderly or logically in a line or as if in a line; "lay out the clothes"; "lay out the arguments"
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15 May 2019 - California US-based Compart Systems, a supplier of high-precision, machined metal components, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Malaysian precision manufacturing business Alpha Precision Turning and Engineering, the company said.
Equipped with a thumb safety and carrying 6+1 or 7+1 rounds on board, the Compart is well equipped and yet not that much larger or heavier than its 9mm sibling.
cartridge but fits into short-action rifles, making for a lighter, more compart, faster-functioning gun.
iBlock, TriClean and Ultra-Seal are three industry standard technologies that have been developed or acquired by Compart in the last three years, which further strengthen Compart's unique position as the IP-enabled development partner of choice for mission critical assemblies and solutions in the increasingly complex and demanding US$4bn gas and fluid delivery market.
Muhammad Ajam, Saeedullah Jan, Hameed Khan, and others in their statement sent to this scribe said a contractor, Malik Haji, along with seven machines and laborers reached Compart No 31 and Lot No 685 at the Kamsay area and started felling green trees on March 2.
Meanwhile another notification issued here said that all compart and late college students of BBA,I,II,III,IV and B.Com Part-I and II of affiliated colleges of University of Malakand shall submit examination admission Forms for supplementary examination 2017 complete in all respect with normal fee up to December 27 and with double fee up to January 03.
under contract 17-13-D, supply and deliver compart 1100 kcml EPR primary underground cable.
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Because these structures are compart mentally excluded from the rest of the cytoplasm, the degradation process could be slower, allowing target proteins to accumulate.
(38.) United States Army in Somalia, p 23; Poole, Effort to Save Somalia, pp 56-57; Andrew Compart, "Everyone 'was doing heroic things'," Air Force Times, Feb 14, 1994; Eversmann and Schilling, Battle of Mogadishu, pp 202-204; Bray intvw.