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bipartite

1. affecting or made by two parties; bilateral
2. Botany (esp of some leaves) divided into two parts almost to the base
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Macrobe, dont le commentaire du Songe de Scipion demarque celui de Porphyre sur la Republique de Platon, et emprunte aussi a la vie de Pythagore par Porphyre, ainsi que peut-etre au commentaire du Timee par le meme (63); Macrobe y expose entre autres une bipartition des corps, en corps mathematiques (abstraits) et en corps <<physiques>> (concrets), ceux que l'on peut apprehender par les deux sens de la vue et du toucher (64).
The problems of finding the best "bipartition" for both direct and substitution determination can be approached in the following way.
Reciprocally, an inclination of the evolving field of kinship and affinal ties in the direction of a sex-linked bipartition tends to prompt the reiteration of side-consistent classificatory and normative phenomena.
construction par schemes, la bipartition manicheenne est toujours
1985 "Sexpartition versus bipartition", in: Ursula Pieper and Gerhard Stickel (eds.), 801-809.
3.2.3-4); bipartition commends the verse even as it commends the foot (5.2.2), which is divided into [Greek Text Omitted] (leuatio) and [Greek Text Omitted] (positio).
Finally, there are seven appendices dealing with (I) the cult of the heroes in the Supplicatio, (II) the role of Orpheus in apologetic literature, (III) Euhemerus, (IV) the relationship between Athenagoras and Origen, (V) Galen's theory of digestion, (VI) bipartition and tripartition of the human body and (VII) the quotations from Scripture and their sources.
where [t.sub.e] is a value that is trained using bipartition [38] in the sample set.
A bipartition of a positive integer n is an ordered pair of partitions ([lambda], [mu]) such that the sum of all of the parts equals n.
Proof: Let V(G) = A [union] B be the bipartition of G, with |A| > 2 even.
A bipartite graph G with bipartition (A, B) induces a matroid M as follows: The matroid M has A as ground set, and X [subset or equal to] A is independent in M if and only if there exists a matching of G covering X.