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bifurcate

 [bi-fur´kāt]
divided into two branches.

bi·fur·cate

, bifurcated (bī-fŭr'kāt, -kā-ted),
Forked; two-pronged; having two branches.
[bi- + L. furca, fork]

bifurcate

[bīfur′kāt]
Etymology: L, bis, twice, furca, fork
pertaining to the division or branching of an object into two branches, such as the branching of blood vessels or bronchi. bifurcated, adj.

bifurcate

adjective Forked; divided into 2 branches.

bi·fur·cate

, bifurcated (bī'fŭr-kāt, -kā-tĕd)
Forked; two-pronged; having two branches.
[bi- + L. furca, fork]

bi·fur·cate

, bifurcated (bī'fŭr-kāt, -kā-tĕd)
Forked; two-pronged; having two branches.
[bi- + L. furca, fork]

bifurcate

divided into two branches.
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Each case has to be analyzed individually, and the court must be open minded and listen to both sides and decide whether there are valid objections or reasons not to bifurcate.
The open question is whether Treasury will accept the congressional invitation to bifurcate.
Meanwhile, the tension continues to prevail in Rayalaseema and Coastal regions in Andhra Pradesh, where people turned out in large numbers on the first day of the 72-hour shutdown yesterday in protest against the Union Cabinet's approval to bifurcate the state.
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According to television reports, at least 14 Congress ministers and 30 legislators are likely to resign in Andhra Pradesh over the central government's decision to bifurcate the state.