(1772, 1793, 1795) Territorial divisions of Poland by Russia, Prussia, and Austria that progressively reduced its territory until it ceased to exist as a state. In the First Partition (1772), a Poland weakened by civil war and Russian intervention agreed to a treaty signed by Russia, Prussia, and Austria that deprived it of half its population and almost one-third of its land area. In the Second Partition (1793), Poland was forced to cede additional lands to Prussia and Russia. To quell a nationalist uprising led by Tadeusz Kociuszko, Russia and Prussia invaded Poland and divided the remnants of the state among themselves and Austria in the Third Partition (1795). Only with the establishment of the Polish Republic in 1918 were the results of the partitions reversed
Co-tenants who wish to terminate their co-ownership may file an action in court to partition the property Partition is a legal way to dissolve the relationship when the parties do not voluntarily agree to its termination If the court determines that the land cannot be divided physically into separate parcels without destroying its value, the court will order the real estate sold The proceeds of the sale will then be divided among the co-owners according to their fractional interests (See co-ownership)
the division of real property by order of a court The property may be partitioned physically, that is divided into two or more parcels, or it may be partitioned by sale with the proceeds being divided among two or more owners
(1) Any division of real or personal property between co-owners, resulting in individual ownership of the interests of each (2) A wall, sometimes moveable, and not load-bearing, used to divide a room or building
If a country is partitioned, it is divided into two or more independent countries. Korea was partitioned in 1945 Britain was accused of trying to partition the country `because of historic enmity' The island has been partitioned since the mid-seventies. Partition is also a noun. fighting which followed the partition of India. to divide a country, building, or room into two or more parts partition off to divide part of a room from the rest by using a partition
If you use character sets in your grammar, AnaGram will compute a "partition" of the character universe This partition is a collection of non-overlapping character sets such that every one of the sets you have defined can be written as a union of partition sets Each partition set is identified by a unique reference number called the partition set number Each partition set is assigned a unique token If one of your character sets requires more than one partition set to represent it, AnaGram will create appropriate productions and add them to your grammar so your parser can make the necessary distinctions
That which divides or separates; that by which different things, or distinct parts of the same thing, are separated; separating boundary; dividing line or space; specifically, an interior wall dividing one part or apartment of a house, an inclosure, or the like, from another; as, a brick partition; lath and plaster partitions
If you partition a room, you separate one part of it from another by means of a partition. Bedrooms have again been created by partitioning a single larger room He sat on the two-seater sofa in the partitioned office
An isolated portion of a hard disk devoted to a particular system or set of files Linux programs reside on Ext2 partitions, but Linux can read from and write to DOS and Windows FAT, FAT 32, and NTFS partitions
a vertical structure that divides or separates (as a wall divides one room from another) (computer science) the part of a hard disk that is dedicated to a particular operating system or application and accessed as a single unit separate or apportion into sections; "partition a room off"
A division of a hard disk in different parts For example, a 1-gigabyte hard disk can be divided into two 500- megabyte partitions Smaller partitions can be used to further organize files and reduce the cluster size
A dividing wall within a building; may be load-bearing or nonload-bearing In sound transmission considerations, any building component (or a combination of components), such as wall, door, window, roof or floor-ceiling assembly, that separates one space from another
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