What is shared out?

  • (adj): Distributed in portions (often equal) on the basis of a plan or purpose.
    Synonyms: divided, divided up, shared

Some articles on shared:

Édouard De Reszke – Appearances At The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden
... as Don Basilio in The Barber of Seville (5, shared) as St ... Bris in Les Huguenots (3, shared) as Giorgio in I puritani (3) as Indra in Le roi de Lahore (3, debut at Covent Garden in this role 13 April 1880) as Count Rodolfo in La sonnambula (5, shared) 1881 ... Barber of Seville (1) as Méphistophélès in Faust (7, shared) as Walter in Guillaume Tell (2) as St ...
Lubomir Kavalek - Chess Career Highlights - Other Notable Results - Other Showings
... Tilburg 1977 shared third (Karpov 8/11, Miles 7, Kavalek, Hort, Hubner, and Timman 6) Amsterdam 1977 shared third (Miles 10.5/15, Hulak 9.5, Kavalek and ...
Collaborative Workspace
... A collaborative workspace or shared workspace is an inter-connected environment in which all the participants in dispersed locations can access and ... These are typically enabled by a shared mental model, common information, and a shared understanding by all of the participants regardless of physical location ...
Windows Steady State
... Windows SteadyState (formerly Shared Computer Toolkit) is a discontinued freeware tool developed by Microsoft that gives administrators enhanced options for configuring shared computers, such as hard ... It is primarily designed for use on computers shared by many people, such as internet cafes, schools, libraries, etc ...
Child Rearing - Views On Parental Roles and Responsibilities in The United States - Shared Earning/shared Parenting Marriage
... Today many men and women engage in Shared Earning/Shared Parenting Marriage where they do not follow archetypal or steretoyped "motherhood" and "fatherhood" roles and instead both earn money and both do ...

Famous quotes containing the word shared:

    Common sense is judgment without reflection, shared by an entire class, an entire nation, or the entire human race.
    Giambattista Vico (1688–1744)

    [The pleasures of writing] correspond exactly to the pleasures of reading, the bliss, the felicity of a phrase is shared by writer and reader: by the satisfied writer and the grateful reader, or—which is the same thing—by the artist grateful to the unknown force in his mind that has suggested a combination of images and by the artistic reader whom his combination satisfies.
    Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)