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Above the cavern, 130 feet up the mountain, was a dark hole, above which the stream of lava made a bifurcation in its course.
OFF ON A COMETJULES VERNE
Therefore, with one exception, the two forks of a bifurcation may never constitute type lines.
THE SCIENCE OF FINGERPRINTSFEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
The most common type of points are the ending ridge and the bifurcation.
WARREN COMMISSION (4 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. IV (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
The mere fact that this is an ending ridge and bifurcation and another ending ridge and a dot in themselves mean nothing.
WARREN COMMISSION (4 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. IV (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
The southern branch of this bifurcation is known as the Pir Panjal range, and is that which bounds Kashmir on the south.
KASHMIRSIR FRANCIS EDWARD YOUNGHUSBAND
The bifurcation at D, which is the closer to the core, is the delta and conforms to the rule for deltas.
THE SCIENCE OF FINGERPRINTSFEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
Bifurcation at the pasterns, and the two larger pasterns to each foot.
DOMESTIC ANIMALSRICHARD L. ALLEN
In illustration 16, the ridges marked "A—A" are type lines even though they proceed from a bifurcation.
THE SCIENCE OF FINGERPRINTSFEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
Every bifurcation, and beginning or ending of a ridge, common to the two impressions, is marked with a numeral in blue ink.
FINGER PRINTSFRANCIS GALTON
There are no ridges intervening between the delta, which is formed by a bifurcation, and the core.
THE SCIENCE OF FINGERPRINTSFEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

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