a taxation under which real-estate taxes on business and industrial buildings are levied at higher rates than on residential homes.
noun 1. a pressrun, as that of a newspaper or magazine, which is interrupted after the running of a specified number of copies to permit the substitution of type or of a cut, as in a keyed advertisement: a device for testing the relative effectiveness of different versions of an advertisement. noun 1. (Canadian) a […]
verb (used with object), split, splitting. 1. to divide or separate from end to end or into layers: to split a log in two. 2. to separate by cutting, chopping, etc., usually lengthwise: to split a piece from a block. 3. to tear or break apart; rend or burst: The wind split the sail. 4. […]
noun 1. Also called composite shot. Movies, Television. a type of process photography in which two or more shots are juxtaposed and projected simultaneously on the screen. 2. Computers. a mode of operation that uses windows to enable simultaneous viewing of two or more displays on the same screen.
- Split-screen technique
noun 1. a cinematic device by which two or more complete images are projected simultaneously onto separate parts of the screen Also called split screen