Oddly enough this bifurcation resonates beyond just the speed of our Internet connection.
Let us look a little more closely at this double direction, this bifurcation, as it were, of Christian growth.
bifurcation: a forking or division into two: the point at which a forking occurs.
When locating type lines it is necessary to keep in mind the distinction between a divergence and a bifurcation (fig. 15).
But in other species the ramification of the apophyses assumes more the form of bifurcation or of irregular branching.
Therefore, with one exception, the two forks of a bifurcation may never constitute type lines.
bifurcation at the pasterns, and the two larger pasterns to each foot.
Most travellers are familiar with Hazebrouck, the place of 'bifurcation,' a frontier between France and Belgium.
It was as we reached this bifurcation that I found I had guessed rightly.
The bifurcation at D, which is the closer to the core, is the delta and conforms to the rule for deltas.
1610s, "the point at which something splits in two," noun of action from bifurcate (v.). Meaning "division into two forks" is from 1640s.
bifurcation bi·fur·ca·tion (bī'fər-kā'shən)
A division into two branches; a forking.
bifurcate bi·fur·cate (bī'fər-kāt', bī-fûr'-)
v. bi·fur·cat·ed, bi·fur·cat·ing, bi·fur·cates
To divide into two parts or branches. adj. (-kāt', -kĭt)
Forked or divided into two parts or branches.