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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

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]
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If Bifurcated Life seems to reveal the disarray and immediacy of interiority, it also serves to uncover, the superego's constant self-policing of the id.
Plaintiffs vigorously opposed a bifurcated trial, arguing that a continued stay of the merits discovery was unwarranted, particularly where a stay had been in effect for more than two years.
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A potential conflict with Statement 133 arises because for some insurance contracts with embedded derivatives, Statement 133 requires that the insurance contract be bifurcated and the embedded derivative be accounted for separately (i.e., at fair value).
This reviewer's own temperament, in fact, is bifurcated between the more scientific-rationalist temper of the first and the more experimental and revolutionary temper of the latter, perhaps daydreaming of a revolutionary science between them.
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This affirmation of art as a means of self-expression, though not "proper language," can be interpreted as more than an "inchoate utterance" that signifies the reuniting of the bifurcated self, Sula and Nel, in a song that perhaps completes the Bildung.
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In "Embracing the Alien," Freed tells of exploring her immigrant experience through her writing, and coming face-to-face with the truth about her "bifurcated life." For Graham ("The Remembering"), the process of becoming American soon gave way to remembering and respecting herself as an African, while recognizing the possibilities for becoming, as an American, whatever she chose for herself.