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bipartite

adjective apart, being in two corresponding parts, bicameral, bifurcated, bifurcous, bisected, detached, dichotomous, disconnected, disengaged, disjoined, disjunct, disunited, divaricate, divided, furcate, halved, in two, partitioned, separate, separated, subdivided
See also: bicameral

bipartite

affecting or made by two parties; bilateral.

BIPARTITE. Of two parts. This term is used in conveyancing as, this indenture bipartite, between A, of the one part, and B, of the other part. But when there are only two parties, it is not necessary to use this word.

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As he opens his treatment of what he calls the "rule of the bipartite body of the Lord," he notes that we can tell how Scripture functions according to this rule by noticing the way the sacred text goes back and forth between references to the right part, then to the left part, of the Lord's body.
The results described above are complete bipartite graphs that accept CMSD.
The bipartite graph is composed of blogs and words occurred on the blogs.
In Section 4 we describe a method for generating networks to test the significance of bipartite subgraphs, and in Section 5 we implement these tests on synthetic data.
OHSAH and its staff work very closely with all of its stakeholders, which include health care employers and health care unions; in fact its very structure and foundation as a bipartite agency ensures this.
20) Compared with a fractured sesamoid, a bipartite bone is usually larger and has smooth margins.
In this article, the authors focus on the meaning and validity of the subjective aspect of the bipartite test.
Nearly twenty years after his last retrospective, this bipartite exhibition proposes a rereading of Olivier Mosset's influential abstract painting in the context of current practice, based on a nonchronological presentation of distinct groups of work made between 1966 and 2003.
The new world bipartite Chino del Tomate virus (CdTV) has proven to be a great agricultural problem throughout the southern region of the United States affecting many dicoryledonous plants.
The Coal Ministry was also asked to take up the issue before the next meeting of the joint bipartite committee on the coal industry for further discussion.
The Bipartite consisted of elite members of the military and the clergy who dialogued in secret meetings between 1970 and 1974.
Written in memory of his daughter, the work is a most moving and haunting bipartite evocation.