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bifurcate

To divide into two.
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Aortic disorders company Endologix (NasdaqGS:ELGX) announced on Monday the first commercial implant of its AFX 2 Bifurcated Endograft System in the US for the treatment of abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA), a weakening of the wall of the aorta, the largest artery in the body, which results in a balloon-like enlargement.
It is curious that appraisers, review appraisers, lenders, and examiners continue to discuss bifurcated rates (profit as line item in cash flow) while market participants do not use them.
The piece started with five pages bearing the sentence "I don't want to have a bifurcated life" repeated over and over in various degenerate permutations (e.
market for interventional cardiology is expected to reach almost $5 billion by 2017, with increasing drug-eluting stent sales and the emergence of bioabsorbable and bifurcated stents fueling market growth," according to the company.
It is possible a CDP hearing appeal will be subject to bifurcated judicial review, with segregated issues being considered by both the Tax Court and a district court.
The nation's economic recovery cycle has been bifurcated, with those areas quick to recover now falling into a more sustainable growth pattern, and markets that lagged the recovery are experiencing accelerated economic growth over the forecast horizon.
The pool will be bifurcated into a large lap pool and a shallow one.
A single box-like volume is bifurcated into two separate entities: one seamlessly follows the slope, the other rises above it to create a covered parking area and set up a split-level internal organisation.
We examine two types of contracts in this article, a bifurcated contingency fee and a unitary contingency fee.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market its FlowMedica Bifurcated Infusion System.
Consequently, two separate international legal instruments, known as the Covenants, emerged with the result that the struggle for human rights has been bifurcated into two separate agendas.