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excessive freedom; lack of restraint

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separation into component parts

the process of going into solution

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dissolute indulgence in sensual pleasure

the termination of a meeting

the termination or disintegration of a relationship (between persons or nations)

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Room temperature ionic liquids (RILs) are gaining recognition as unique solvents for environmental applications due to their adequate viscosity, low miscibility with water and moderate dissolvability of organic compounds[13].
In a loosely coupled system, groups have internal coherence but lack rigid ties to other groups: "loose coupling also carries connotations of impermanence, dissolvability, and tacitness all of which are potentially crucial properties of the 'glue' that holds organizations together" (p.
Shells undergo diagenetic transfomaation during burial and that transformation tilters surface chemistry and ultimately the dissolvability of the shell mineral.
If elongation at break is an indicator of grain structure, and grain structure is a factor in dissolvability, then a relationship may exist between elongation and erodability of the electrodeposited copper.
Weick (1978) explains that school systems are considered loosely coupled because the following characteristics are present: indeterminate goals, variable raw materials, little control over causation, large spans of control, and unclear technology; furthermore, Weick contends, "Loose coupling also carries connotations of impermanence, dissolvability, and tacitness, all of which are potentially crucial properties of the 'glue' that holds organizations together" (p.