A few years later, the family moved into the peaceful Raintree subdivision of Temple Terrace.
The scientific world had been working hard on subdivision for years, using what appeared to be common sense.
The subdivision, or part of a Chapter is marked usually thus, §.
He has a perfect right to lay out a subdivision if he wants, said Bobby.
subdivision of labor is one of the triumphs of modern civilization.
Pity that it were not crimes we wanted—their subdivision I mean;—our country Judges might then be selected for this purpose.
They are called Saulteaux, and are a subdivision of the great Algonquin family.
The extent of subdivision will vary with the length of the composition.
A street car line will connect the plant and the subdivision.
Thus again we have Achan fixed as a subdivision, though probably the principal subdivision, of the Hellenic race.
early 15c., "process of dividing into smaller parts;" mid-15c., "portion of land that has been divided," noun of action from subdivide. Sense of "land broken into lots for housing development" is from 1911.