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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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NG theorem: The word graph of a knight-graphable word is bipartite, has a maximum degree of 8, and has no two 4-cycles which share more than one edge.
This result relies on both classical facts about the KP equation for bipartite maps, and an elementary Lemma obtained by combinatorial means (Lemma 3).
The NAT methods described above are distinct from the conventional probe-based methods (20-22) because they employ the bipartite first-stage primer for the universal detection system and obviate the use of tailor-made dual-labeled probes.
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.
Gonostylus ca length of gonocoxite, distally bent inward, bipartite, dorsal tip longer than ventral, both covered with several setae.
The image of a world that is "mirror-repeated" is an apt reflection of the self-enclosed, looping world of media-fed media with which the novel is so obsessed, a world that is, in turn, reflected in the book's bipartite structure.
6: There is an edge decomposition of G such that each partition class is a star in G if and only if G is bipartite.
La concentration du systeme a atteint un niveau tellement augmente, que certains politologues ont vu la naissance d'un systeme bipartite.
WEAKNESSES: Born with a bipartite patella, a bone in the kneecap that has not fused properly
t] is bipartite, all cycles have even length; thus, the number of positive edges on any cycle C in [(S).
Minister Bajrami presented the activities for establishing a representative social dialogue and discussed the process of modifying the extant legislation with the aim of including more trade unions and associations of employers at a bipartite and three-partite level.
The bipartite plan pits the four-storey archive against a narrower five-storey volume of offices wrapped in a more demure skin of unpatinated copper perforated by horizontal gashes of glazing.