bifurcate


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bifurcate

To divide into two.
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On the motion of the plaintiff's counsel, or defense counsel, or on my own motion, I have granted motions to bifurcate on other cases which will be on future calendars.
This approach would clearly bifurcate the warrant grants between the two objectives.
If the Treasury were to bifurcate "plain vanilla" convertibles into a debt instrument and a warrant, there could be serious repercussions in many areas, including OID and reorganizations.
Shinde also made it clear that the ruling Congress Party is not looking for any political advantage with the decision to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh.
Normal life remained crippled for the second day today in coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema regions where a shutdown is being observed to protest the Centre's decision to bifurcate the state.
We believe they can bifurcate an already existing assessment district,'' said Dan Miller, a Valley VOTE consultant.