He and others have found that amphibians employ a variety of communication strategies, including divvying up
sound frequencies among different species, creating a louder fracas than their neighbors or producing periodic, easily recognizable calls.
The move is the result of the FTC and the Department of Justice quietly divvying up
competition oversight of Alphabet's (GOOG, GOOGL) Google and Amazon, sources told Romm.
But the one outstanding issue is how to draw the lines divvying up
the sea among its five coastal states.
One of the country's wealthiest men, former Barclays big-wig Roger Jenkins, is getting divorced from wife Diana and faces divvying up
the pounds 300million fortune he has earned since they married.
The Conservatives leapt on the figures, for the 2006-07 school year, as evidence that the Government was simply "divvying up
a limited number of good school places" - instead of creating more good schools.
Further study may provide insight into the evolution of food sharing among humans--how we got to the point where divvying up
a box of chocolates helps build social relationship.
'The idea of divvying up
jobs I think it's just not on.
Your best bet: Outboss the "boss" by firmly but gently divvying up
duties before she starts delegating.
It would establish a super board with members divvying up
the common levy and tax revenue, according to Ashley Cradduck, a spokeswoman for the governor's office.
While he said the Port Authority had no right to anything more than was detailed in the original lease agreement with Silverstein, it appeared that the developer was more than willing to bend on divvying up
Before you start divvying up
your valuables, you should retrieve your wedding video and replay the very moment that you took your vows (turn the volume up if you have to).
As reported in these pages last year (see our Insider Report item "UN's Law of the Sea Caper," in our February 24, 2003 issue), a group of cartographers at the University of New Brunswick "is redrawing the world's oceans under new rules set by the United Nations, divvying up
trillions of dollars worth of natural resources in huge chunks of the sea floor." UNB mapper David Monahan brazenly refers to this as the "largest land grab in human history": "I think of it as the world ocean being divided up by this [LOST] treaty, that's two thirds of the world's surface."
Now under scrutiny, a city initiative aimed at helping minority- and women-owned construction contractors continues to thrive at divvying up
public contracts more equitably'.
gains more equitably--the upper 10th earn 41.3% of national income and the bottom 10th earn 1.5%--is also a major goal.
One of the largest troughs in town is the House Transportation Committee, charged with divvying up
as much as $175 billion for roads, bridges and rail systems in every state for the next six years.