Examples of bifurcation in a Sentence
a thoughtful book about the nation's bifurcation into two distinct and antagonistic cultures
a divisive issue that caused the bifurcation of the political party
Recent Examples of bifurcation from the Web
But that bifurcation remains within the administration.
This bifurcation, Senator Cruz reasons, will drive down premiums for those looking for bare bones coverage, solving a problem Republicans have long promised to fix.
The bifurcation in equity returns mirrors another market quirk that gets more publicity, the divergent paths of bond yields and stocks, which was mentioned last week by Mohamed El-Erian on Bloomberg television.
If this crisis of the interior is not addressed, the prognosis for California will be ever-growing class and race bifurcation and an ever-rising demand for welfare and other subsidies for those unable to pay for housing.
Social media platforms have become the chief culprit for this bifurcation, and for sound reason.
At the same time, a bifurcation in shopping habits toward the highest and lowest ends has been bad for retailers like Macy’s that cater to midrange customers.
This might result in a bifurcation of the news industry, one small group very serious about getting news right, using a combination of models including sponsorship, membership, philanthropy and high-quality advertising.
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