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Split XML into two TD's with XSL

Last Modified: 2013-11-19
I have an xml file that I need so split into two tables.  Such as:

I want to take the FIRST half (in order) and place it into a table's TD , and the second half into another TD, SORTED by original order.  I know I need to count the total items in the node and then take half.  I've been able to use count() and DIV (divide) - using a variable- to get the total and what is half (in this case 5.5 or 6)   but I can't seem to get the xsl to search for the half way point and then select 1-5 for the 1st TD and 6-11 for the 2nd TD.  Like this:


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