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bisectoral (not comparable)
- Pertaining to a set of two sectors.
- 2011, Eleni Sakellariou, Southern Italy in the Late Middle Ages:
- When Alfonso the Magnanimous asserted his rule over the kingdom of Naples shortly before the middle of the fifteenth century, he organized his economic policy in conformity with the “bisectoral” nature of his imperial system, which included an industrial sector, comprising the cities of his western kingdoms, and an agricultural sector comprising the Italian kingdoms.