I humbly offer 'bifurcation' as the
word of the day. I don't believe I have ever run across a
word with as many 'different' meanings and uses.
The other day, in an interview with PGA Commissioner, Tim Finchem, the
topic was a recent ruling by the USGA & R&A to ban 'anchored'
putters in a couple of years. His response was that the PGA hadn't
decided on compliance or bifurcation.
The last time I read or
heard that word was back in my real estate broker days, and it had to do
with rechanneling waterways, riparian rights and all that land rights
Being a curious dunce, and with the world at my
finger tips, I Googled, naturally, and good God Gertie, if 'bifurcation'
ain't got more entirely separate meanings than those that yer wife's
glances have. Whee doggies...