bisection

[ verb bahy-sekt, bahy-sekt; noun bahy-sekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF bisection

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Mr. Frazer does not here pretend to guess why the bisection occurred.

The 'bisection' of his theory could not, I fear, be 'gradual.'

Bacteria increase by bisection, and when the surrounding conditions are favorable their rate of production is marvellous.

Before the bisection is motion; after the bisection is rest.

Or were totem names given, nobody knows why, to the two phratries at the time when the 'bisection' of the commune was made?

That is my own opinion: though I do not hold it for Mr. Spencer's reasons, or believe in any 'bisection.'

Mitreing consists of halving the angle and making each piece to fit the line of bisection.

This is the famous principle, known by the name of the bisection of the excentricity.

The process of bisection is one which can, theoretically, be carried on for ever, without any last term being attained.

The bisection of the victim symbolized Christ slain and affording access to God through himself.

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