bifurcate


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bifurcate

To divide into two.
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Under the plan, we also aim to at least bifurcate our construction circle since it faces immense workload leading to delay in accomplishing several pending jobs,' the official added.
Meanwhile, curfew has been clamped In Vizianagaram following violence with mobs indulging in large scale destruction and arson during their demonstrations opposing the union cabinet's decision to bifurcate the state.
Among other things, the standard allows financial instruments that have embedded derivatives to be accounted for as a whole, eliminating the need to bifurcate the derivative from its host, if the holder elects to account for the whole instrument on a fair value basis.
2d DCA), makes clear that the trial court has the discretion to bifurcate a case so long as discretion is not abused.
Until the industry learns how to bifurcate these two types of risk into the specialized ex ante and ex post risk markets, the economics of managed care will continue to fail.
In such cases, the regulations bifurcate the transaction.