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FOUR MARKET STRUCTURES
FOOTBALL LEAGUE
FURTHER
FUNGAL KINGDOM
DIVISION
ADULT BRAIN
FUNGI
KINGDOM FUNGI
JAPANESE SOCIETY
CEREBRAL CORTEX
TELENCEPHALON
WESTERN FRONT
FOUR DIVISIONS
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Definitions

  1. Four divisions were located in Zhili, the 3rd Division being in Manchuria and the 5th Division in Shandong.
  2. His four divisions were led by Brig. (Web site)
  3. A total of four divisions are on tap for Friday's much anticipated opener, making Silver Dollar Speedway's return to life an action packed night of racing. (Web site)

Four Market Structures

  1. The four divisions operate within each of the four market structures.

Football League

  1. Graham Turner guided Wolverhampton Wanderers to Fourth Division title glory which made them the first club to win all four divisions of the Football League.

Further

  1. Fiji is divided administratively into four divisions, which are further subdivided into fourteen provinces.
  2. In the 17th century the Ossulstone hundred of Middlesex was further divided into four divisions, which replaced the functions of the hundred.

Fungal Kingdom

  1. Chytridiomycota one of four divisions within the Fungal Kingdom.

Division

  1. There were fifty partisans in each division, and the four divisions together formed the so-called Jewish Brigade, of which Abba Kovner was the commander.

Adult Brain

  1. The four divisions of the adult brain.

Fungi

  1. Sexual: Each of the four divisions of fungi have different forms of sexual reproduction. (Web site)

Kingdom Fungi

  1. Members of the kingdom fungi are classified into four divisions based primarily on the structure of the hyphae or on the type of reproduction. (Web site)

Japanese Society

  1. The four divisions of society refers to the model of Japanese society during the Edo period. (Web site)

Cerebral Cortex

  1. Frontal lobe: One of the four divisions of each hemisphere of the cerebral cortex that include the parietal, temporal, occipital. (Web site)

Telencephalon

  1. Originally there was thought to be four divisions of the telencephalon, although through later reasearch other sub-divisions were described.

Western Front

  1. The over four divisions eventually sent formed the Indian Corps and the Indian Cavalry Corps that arrived on the Western Front in 1914.

Four Divisions

  1. William T. Sherman arrived with his four divisions (20,000 men) in mid-November, Grant began offensive operations.
  2. In the occipital bone, at the point of intersection of the four divisions of the cruciate eminence is the internal occipital protuberance.

Categories

  1. Mid-November
  2. Western Front
  3. Telencephalon
  4. World > Countries > Japan > Japanese Society
  5. Kingdom Fungi
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