This dichotomy has been addressed on shows like The West Wing and in many other political commentaries in the past.
And nowhere was this dichotomy more clear than in its fourth-quarter earnings report.
It was this dichotomy that made Don a fascinating, layered character.
The dichotomy between the characters—and their tenuous relation as half-brothers—adds a personal element to The Reversal.
This dichotomy points out the degree to which the Academy has embraced other cinematic skills beyond scenery chewing.
One almost senses a dichotomy between Franklin the politician and Franklin the man and moralist.
Most of the examples of division which Plato gives are divisions by dichotomy.
The nature of the universe is proved too subtle for this dichotomy.
dichotomy (dī-koto-mi), a cutting in two; a division by pairs.
Another point of difference from Catenicella is the non-gemination of the cell at the dichotomy of a branch.