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bipartite


  • s  divided into two portions almost to the base
  • s  involving two parts or elements
    a bipartite document

  • If the DPJ embraces this concept, it could one day become Japan's ruling party and finally demonstrate how a genuine bipartite political system can work in Japan.
  • Even with its newly won bipartite control, the White House doesn't command a "governing majority" in the Senate: the 60 votes needed to break a filibuster.
  • The Clay-Robertson plan established five bipartite, interzonal policy committees to supervise finance, economics, transport, communications, food and agriculture.
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  • Andrew Murray in Stuff.co.nz
    Following the intensive off-season training, my right knee, which has a bipartite patella, started to act up again when I returned from Australia,Murray said in a statement. "We had a scan done this week and following discussions with my...
  • Chris Cusiter in Times Online
    It turns out I have bipartite patella [the same knee problem that affects Andy Murray, the tennis player],Cusiter said yesterday. "I haven't had problems with it in the past and I don't expect problems in the future, but I got some big...

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