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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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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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As first, we give a construction of free semigroup with apartness generated by set (X, =, [not equal to]) following the concept expressed in articles [7] and [10].
of justifying his apartness, his joyous sense of freedom in solitude.
Like that of these artists, Said's work manifests "an increasing sense of apartness and exile and anachronism.
The physical apartness of the two component processes of speaking, analyzed in Section 3 in terms of CONTEXT OF PRODUCTION and CONTEXT OF USE, has as a consequence that the prior process of composing is very close to actual writing.
The busy piano writing was indefatigably dispatched by Clive Williamson, and the CBSC delivered its revivalist hymns with a sympathetic sturdiness and sense of apartness.
Whether he correctly calculates the probabilities of growing apartness or not, fragmentation defined in this way has nothing to do with pivot theory, just when it should.
Recognizing Sabbath's holiness or apartness, Sabbath keeping is most likely to be integrated into a sense of self to the extent that people actually feel that they can devote an entire day to Sabbath keeping without negatively impacting their lives.
Although I didn't really understand death, because I was so young, I did get this sense of dislocation and apartness," she reflects.
Although I didn't really understand death because I was so young I did get this sense of dislocation and apartness,' she reflects.
Kudos to Paige Byrne Shortal for preaching the true gospel that beckons to an unfortunate age when the apartness of God's people was stressed ("Plea for vocations is like praying for rain in a deluge," NCR, Feb.
12) But Brakhage's apartness is itself bifurcated, including an element not mentioned by Freud.
As a result, the relationship between theory and practice has been presumed by the field to be one of distinctness or apartness, rather than one of mutual reciprocity.
350) means that Socrates' starting point is the political opinions of his interlocutors or the "idealism" of the city and that the initial assumption of the apartness of the beings is a function of the false political understanding of the good: its reduction to the just or the beautiful.
He writes, "Watching ethnic conflict tear one nation after another apart, one cannot look with complacency at proposals to divide the United States into distinct and immutable ethnic and racial communities, each taught to cherish its own apartness from the rest.
As Tom McCord, the Daily News coastal editor, puts it, "There is a psychological apartness from much of the country here.