the bifurcation of the profession into social do-gooders and self-serving iconoclasts
the division of something into two branches or parts.
translation of 'bifurcation'
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This perceptual 'bifurcation' is anything but a liberal tendency.
right aortic 'bifurcation' nodes were seen
The history of playing from 1610 to the closure of 1642 is one of gradual 'bifurcation' into two traditions centred on two types of venue: the open-air amphitheatres and the indoor hall playhouses.
To be sure, each superhero whose life is marked by the invariable 'bifurcation' between ‘secret’ identities inevitably touches down upon the theme of the fractured self and psyche.
In this connection, he also reiterated the demand for 'bifurcation' of the Cement Factory from the parent organisation.
Under these conditions, the traditional 'bifurcation' between what a government may lawfully do in peace time, and what powers it may claim in war time, no longer make much sense.
the 'bifurcation' of the profession
In tandem with these developments, however, there emerged a form of 'bifurcation' in the handling of the group as a concept and organisation.
However, it is unclear whether these paired last branches are due to poor preservation or to an original 'bifurcation' .
It could yet seek to recreate that 'bifurcation' with a ‘business only’ upgrade and give the Home line its own range of updates.
This cultural 'bifurcation' is aggravated by the fact that between our two warfighting cultures, one human-centric and one technology-centric, the latter currently predominates.
As each plant had a 'bifurcation' (two branches), two measurements were obtained per leaf stage for each plant.
A 'bifurcation' here allows cars to race ahead through another tunnel.
Perhaps this parallel interhuman development, this 'bifurcation' in the value of communication, is most telling.
One keeps wondering what the author, in his chapter on Mexican-Americans, means by ‘cultural 'bifurcation' .’
the 'bifurcation' of the profession into social do-gooders and self-serving iconoclasts
In many ways there was a kind of 'bifurcation' of social history in the field of Latin America.
So we see 'bifurcation' between classical languages used by the former, such as Persian, Sanskrit and English, and the regional languages and dialects that the common folk used.
Under conditions of global strategic 'bifurcation' , the old distinctions between civil and international conflict, between internal and external security, and between national and societal security began to erode.
History and textual theory continue to constitute the principal 'bifurcation' in literary studies, and those two methods of inquiry frequently elicit professions of faith rather than reasoned argumentation.
But there was a price to be paid, one of fragmentation, or at least 'bifurcation' .
The Parliament on Tuesday gave its approval for 'bifurcation' of the Trust into two companies.
However, she does not accept his theory of class bifurcation as the sole element in the perpetuation of class 'bifurcation' .
Both play and opera form an examination of the neurotic 'bifurcation' between fantasy and action.
We reject the habitual 'bifurcation' of the researcher's image into ‘the economist’ and ‘the sociologist.’
They give way to secondary branches and multiple 'bifurcations' that reflect the path of dielectric breakdown within the soil-gravel horizon.
At the park itself my run of 'bifurcations' comes to an end as there are only three gates from which to choose.
Under constant population size, the most ancient coalescence times tend to be long relative to branches of the tree associated with more recent 'bifurcations' .
A writhing mass of white snow-snakes hissed, crawling from hidden cracks and crevasses in the 'bifurcations' of the cave-rocks.
This mechanism explains primary accumulation features, including the formation of dome structures, the geometrical relationship between 'bifurcations' and domes, and the occurrence of chromitite layers on a variety of scales.
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