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bifurcate

To divide into two.
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Bifurcating it into two states is the only way forward," lamented former minister and BJP leader Umesh V.
proposed a computer virus model with time delay based on an SEIR model and studied the dynamical behaviors such as local stability and local Hopf bifurcation by regarding the time delay as a bifurcating parameter.
(9) One of the defendants moved to bifurcate early in the case, and the Court agreed, bifurcating discovery into two phases.
"You're seeing more and more tenants bifurcating their operations, keeping the front office operations in midtown but lessening their presence in expensive districts by moving their back offices to markets like Jersey City which are much more cost effective," Hersh said.
It's a sign of progress in an island policed continually by the UN (particularly Canadians) since that time, but it will take US$8 million more, officials say, to demine the 180-kilometre "buffer zone" bifurcating the country.
In addition, it does not provide any practical means for bifurcating the compensation-related feature of a warrant from its investment-related function.
Continental, which opposed the original NPRM issued last fall, said DOT "abdicated its responsibility," that the plan "failed to resolve the significant legal and policy concerns raised by Congress, industry and labor," and that it "makes it clear that foreign investors will be allowed to control all significant decisions at a US air carrier and highlights the unworkable nature of bifurcating control of a corporation." ALPA President Duane Woerth called on DOT to "halt this misguided effort and let Congress act [because] erecting a firewall around safety and security operations within the corporate governance of a US airline is simply not possible" and because "the dominant investor wields the power...no matter what the fine print of federal regulations may say." May 8, 2006
Black was everywhere in this show-in the treated film imagery, in the darkened projection space, and in the painting's bifurcating forms, which promised to bleed off the canvas and onto the surrounding black walls.