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bi·par·tite

(bī-par'tīt),
Consisting of two parts or divisions.

bipartite

(bī-pär′tīt′)
adj.
1. Having or consisting of two parts.
2. Botany Divided into two portions almost to the base, as certain leaves.

bi·par′tite′ly adv.
bi′par·ti′tion (-tĭsh′ən) n.

bipartite

[bīpär′tīt]
having two parts.

bipartite

adjective Referring to two equal or nearly equal parts.

bi·par·tite

(bī-pahrtīt)
Consisting of two parts or divisions.

bi·par·tite

(bī-pahrtīt)
Consisting of two parts or divisions.
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Tyconius moves to a confirmation of this bipartite character of the addressee by asking further whether the perfect-tense expression "you have not known me" could be addressed to the same mind as the imperfect "you were not knowing me.
We can see that the graph is composed of two complete bipartite graphs, i.
Hence, there are two approximate directed bipartite communities in the network.
Dorsal defect of the patella: Concept of its origin and relationship with bipartite and multipartite patella.
Looking at the issue of subjective fear from historical, psychological, and legal perspectives, the authors argue: (a) that the drafters of the UN Convention never intended claimants to be "subjectively afraid" in order to qualify for protection; (b) determining an asylum seeker's state of mind presents a minefield of potential problems for decision makers; and (c) given the new IRPA provisions dealing with persons in need of protection, the question is not whether there is a bipartite test for determining well-founded fear, but whether, indeed, there ought to be such a test.
In the rest of the book, Serbin focuses on the history and work of the Bipartite commission, particularly in resolving the conflicts over human rights violations.
23 Kyodo Chea Sim, president of the ruling Cambodian People's Party (CPP), said Friday the CPP seeks bipartite talks with the royalist FUNCINPEC party on forming a new government, rather than further tripartite talks that have included the hard-line opposition Sam Rainsy Party (SRP).
Helen Phillips argues that critical discussion of The Awntyrs of Arthure has come to depend on a questionable view of the poem as a bipartite structure, which has obscured other important elements in the design.
In phase 1, we use a bipartite graph G = (B U X, E) to represent the network.
She examines the concept of unilateral defense and whether the modern jus ad bellum should legally recognize a dual face of defense and considers whether a bipartite legal division of the concept of defense into responsive defense and interceptive defense would be better as an extension of the existing legal concept of self-defense, to accommodate both legitimate response and interception.
The Head of Ukrainian Government stressed that bipartite relations between Ukraine and the European Union are of strategic importance.
The NZNO/DHB national bipartite group had also come up with a programme to highlight concerns and help DHBs develop processes for managing complaints.