### Cord Foot of Wood

"A pile of wood 1 ft. long, 4 ft. wide, and 4 ft. high, or 1/8 of a cord, is called a cord foot. Find…

### Earth Divisions

"The Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, is represented by the globe, or sphere. The straight line…

### Reproduction of an Individual Euplotes Harpa

An illustration of the reproduction of an individual Euplotes Harpa by simple division.

### Reproduction of an Individual Euplotes Harpa

An illustration of the reproduction of an individual Euplotes Harpa by simple division.

### Flashcard of a math symbol for Division

A flashcard featuring a math symbol for Division

### Hide Divisions

"The hides now come to be trimmed and prepared for tanning in the shape in which they are intended ultimately…

### Line Angled

A line angled for dividing a field. "Escutcheons that have more than one tincture are divided by lines…

### Line Arched

A line arched or enarched for dividing a field. "Escutcheons that have more than one tincture are divided…

### Line Bevilled

A line bevilled for dividing a field. "Escutcheons that have more than one tincture are divided by lines…

### Line Dancette

A line dancette for dividing a field. "Escutcheons that have more than one tincture are divided by lines…

### Line Double Arched

A line double arched for dividing a field. "Escutcheons that have more than one tincture are divided…

### Line Dove-Tailed

A line dove-tailed for dividing a field. "Escutcheons that have more than one tincture are divided by…

### Line Embattled

A line embattled or crenelle for dividing a field. "Escutcheons that have more than one tincture are…

A line embattled grady or battled embattled for dividing a field. "Escutcheons that have more than one…

### Line Engrailed

A line engrailed for dividing a field. "Escutcheons that have more than one tincture are divided by…

### Line Escartelle

A line escartelle for dividing a field. "Escutcheons that have more than one tincture are divided by…

### Line Indented

A line indented for dividing a field. "Escutcheons that have more than one tincture are divided by lines…

### Line Invected

A line invected for dividing a field. "Escutcheons that have more than one tincture are divided by lines…

### Line Nebule

A line nebule for dividing a field. "Escutcheons that have more than one tincture are divided by lines…

### Line Nowy

A line nowy or franché for dividing a field. "Escutcheons that have more than one tincture are…

### Line Potent

A line potent for dividing a field. "Escutcheons that have more than one tincture are divided by lines…

A line radient for dividing a field. "Escutcheons that have more than one tincture are divided by lines…

### Line Urdée

A line urdée for dividing a field. "Escutcheons that have more than one tincture are divided…

### Line Wavy

A line wavy or undé for dividing a field. "Escutcheons that have more than one tincture are divided…

### Multiplying or Dividing Machine

This machine is used for multiplication, and division purposes. Multiplication is the mathematical operation…

### Math

A girl doing math problems on the chalkboard.

### Mitotic Division

"Indirect or mitotic division; A, resting mother nucleus; B, coil stage, with the centrosomes separating;…

### Multiples

The circle of multiples can be used as a practice game in class. The outside ring are multiples and…

### Quarterly Dove-Tailed

"Quarterly per pale dove-tailed, or and gules. DOVETAILED. A term borrowed from carpentry to show tinctures…

### Sector

The sector is a hinged rule with scales used for various mathematical calculations.

### Bouche Shield

A curvy bouche heraldic shield with a base division.

### Bouche Shield

A heraldic bouche-shaped shield with a base division.

### Curvy Bouche Shield

A curvy bouche shield with a per pale division.

### Pointed Shield

A pointed heraldic shield with a base division.

### Spiked Bouche Shield

A spiked bouche heraldic shield with a per pale division.

### Division of Zygote

An illustration of the division of a zygote of Cyclospora Cayetanensis into two sporoblasts.