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to pieces

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away from each other

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  • away from each other
  • distant from each other

except for

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Synonyms for apart

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remote and separate physically or socially

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having characteristics not shared by others

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not taken into account or excluded from consideration

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placed or kept separate and distinct as for a purpose

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into parts or pieces

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References in classic literature ?
Now, whereas the females of this country, especially those of the lower order, do associate themselves much more than those of other nations, our polity would be highly deficient, if they had not some place set apart likewise for the indulgence of their curiosity, seeing they are in this no way inferior to the other half of the species.
That because she was an inner member and therefore bound to implicit obedience that she was dragged away from her husband, kept apart from him against her will, forced into endeavours to make a fool of Brott even at the cost of her good name.
John says: "Poles Apart examines the role of the theatre in the life of the working man and the role of the working man in the life of the theatre.
They do things such as take something electrical apart, wire a plug, email a computer company asking about programming, work with a partner to take apart a camera and create new uses for the "stuff" they have taken apart.
And how do you make sure you don't drift apart again every time the going gets tough?
aIn order for GERB to fall apart, I have to fall apart.
The common assumption is that people who choose not to live with their partner are either wealthy celebrity couples - such as Helena Bonham Carter and Tim Burton - or are professional couples forced to live apart because of their jobs.
A mother who lives apart from her children is looked upon as a failure or worse in our society.
After acquiring a subsidiary in France and creating one in Japan, Six Apart, a well-known, fast-growing leader in the blogosphere, soon found itself needing to invoice its customers in euros and yen.
Things Fall Apart has become a required text in schools throughout Africa and the English-speaking world.
After watching the scene that unfolded on the bench between the third and fourth quarters of Thursday night's 93-78 loss to the Detroit Pistons, it was hard not to conclude that the Lakers were coming apart at the seams.
Communication can suffer when buds spend time apart.
Practicing according to these principals is what sets taiji apart from other types of exercise.
In some trials, the ropes were too far apart for the chimp to get the food on its own.
Over three weeks, the ground pulled apart 4 meters (13 feet), along a 60 kilometer (37 mile)-long crack.