bifarious

bifarious

(baɪˈfɛərɪəs)
adj
(Botany) botany having parts arranged in two rows on either side of a central axis
[C17: from Latin bifārius double]
biˈfariously adv
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When the alleged agreement is both bifarious and political within the shadow of the First Amendment, we hold that an individual's specific intent to adhere to the illegal portions may be shown in one of three ways: by the individual defendant's prior or subsequent unambiguous statements; by the individual defendant's subsequent commission of the very illegal act contemplated by the agreement; or by the individual defendant's subsequent legal act if that act is "clearly undertaken for the specific purpose of rendering effective the later illegal activity which is advocated.