The action of leaving or being separated from someone
they exchanged a few words on parting
A leave-taking or departure
her parting from Stephen
anguished partings at railroad stations
The action of dividing something into parts
the parting of the Red Sea
A part in the hair
farewell: the act of departing politely; "he disliked long farewells"; "he took his leave"; "parting is such sweet sorrow"
part: a line of scalp that can be seen when sections of hair are combed in opposite directions; "his part was right in the middle"
(parted) having a margin incised almost to the base so as to create distinct divisions or lobes
GNU Parted (the name being the conjunction of the two words PARTion and EDitor) is a free partition editor, used for creating, destroying, resizing, checking, and copying partitions, and the file systems on them. ...
(parted) (or party) per fess (parted horizontally),
(Parted) Cleft nearly, but not quite to the base or midrib.
(Parted) The term used to signify that a field is divided into different segments.
To dream of parting with friends and companions, denotes that many little vexations will come into your daily life. If you part with enemies, it is a sign of success in love and business.
The operation by which gold and silver are separated from each other.
A natural, usually smooth, separation between strata.
A dividing line at which sections of a mold are separated.
(n) A plane of weakness in the crystal structure along planes that are weakened by the application of force.
Flat, smooth breakage of a mineral along planes or twinning, commonly found in corundum.
A parting tool is deeper and narrower than a turning tool. It is designed for making narrow grooves and for cutting off parts. When a parting tool is installed, ensure that it hangs over the tool holder enough that the holder will clear the work piece (but no more than that). ...
A parting is a visible thickness of rock found within a coal seam. Some partings may be included in a mining section planned for coal extraction while other thicker partings may be planned as material which will be mined separately as waste rock and not delivered with coal to process plants.
A casting term. Where the mold is split to remove the pattern. Also parting line. The parting usually leaves a rough line on the cast part due to bits of mold breaking off the closing corners or the mold not closing tight. ...
the selective corrosion of one or more components of a solid solution alloy.
(1) In the recovery of precious metals, the separation of silver from gold. (2) The zone of separation between cope and drag portions of the mold or flask in sand casting. (3) A composition sometimes used in sand molding to facilitate the removal of the pattern. ...
A term used in lathe turning to signify the act of separating or cutting-away a completed workpiece from its adjoining scrap once the turning process is completed. Parting is usually performed with a parting tool.
the tendency of some minerals to separate along certain planes, which are not related to the crystal symmetry of the mineral; usually due to twinning or deformation
The separation of gold and silver when the two metals compose an alloy, whether native or artificial, for the purpose of obtaining the metals respectively, in the form of fine bars. (Bars containing 90% pure metal are generally considered fine bars.)