Biformic System

From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
biformic system (n.)
The biformic system flag
Applies tosystems, system functions
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A biformic system is a system where members usually, if not always, front with another specified member(s).

For example, if member A is fronting, then member B also fronts. If member C fronts, then member D also fronts. These groupings are usually, if not always, consistent, and can contain any amount of members.

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This fronting behaviour may be considered a consistently-paired type of dualfront.

History[edit | edit source]

The term, along with its flag and symbol, were coined by Tumblr user humorsunbalanced on March 20th, 2023. [1]

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