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"3-Way Split" is a 1976 adventure crime film written by Ricardo Ferrer and José Gutiérrez Maesso and directed by Gordon Hessler.
- also known as Blue Jeans and Dynamite, Double Cross, Dynamite and Blue Jeans, Next Week Rio, Three Way Split, Atraco en la jungla
- countries: Spain, Venezuela
- language: English Language
- producer: José Gutiérrez Maesso
- written by Ricardo Ferrer & José Gutiérrez Maesso
- cinematography by Julio Bragado
- edited by Alessandro Lucidi
- music by Adolfo Waitzman
- set decoration by Rafael Ferri
- genres: Crime Fiction, Adventure Film
- rating: PG-13 (USA)
- released in (39 years ago)
- "3-way Split" a.k.a. "3 Way Split" is a musical album of CRYSTAL LAKE.
- released on (9 years ago)
- "3-way Split" a.k.a. "3 Way Split" is a musical album of Necrolust, Diorrhea, Distruzione Di Massa.
- released in (10 years ago)
- "3-way Split" a.k.a. "3‐Way Split" is a musical EP of As We Draw, Hexis, Euglena.
- released on
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by Wickramasinghe, Nilmini
The 3-way split (1, 2, 3) on scales would be based on proportions of patients in the best third (1), middle third (2), and worst third (3) of each scale. starting position. The same assumption underlies tertiary splits for criterion points on each scale.
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