from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Something that is bipartite
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of dividing into two parts, or of making two correspondent parts, or the state of being so divided.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of dividing into two parts, or of making two correspondent parts.
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"Returning to the original conversation, don't you find, Anak, that though Loria handles the bipartition of the revenues with scrupulous care, he yet omits one important factor, namely —"
Why not US congress work in a bipartition manner to pass a resolution on climate change ?
These arise by the repeated bipartition of a single cell, and escape finally, forming independent colonies.
Expression in the naturalistic sense simply lacks expression in the spiritual sense, that is to say, the characteristic itself of activity and of spirituality, and therefore the bipartition into poles of beauty and of ugliness.
This bipartition has already been noted above, as a mark of the active character of feeling, precisely because the same bipartition is found in all forms of activity.
"Returning to the original conversation, don't you find, Anak, that though Loria handles the bipartition of the revenues with scrupulous care, he yet omits one important factor, namely --"
In the distribution of all the parallax stars we once more find a similar bipartition of the stars.
Nevertheless the bipartition of the stars into two such distinct classes must be considered as vague and doubtful.
If the parallax stars are arranged according to their apparent proper motion, or even according to their absolute proper motion, a similar bipartition is revealed in their frequency distribution.
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