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Synonyms for compartmentalization

a mild state of dissociation

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He will do so by taking compartmentalization to a whole different level.
These measurements will allow us to define the roles of different PDE4 isoforms in regulating cAMP compartmentalization and their role in maintain the endothelial barrier permeability.
Without the scaffolding, compartmentalization seems, at first, an easy option.
We think these three traits of production, utility, compartmentalization, and independent external end-point, define well the concept of mass production conceived in business theory at its inception.
Individuals commonly assume that compartmentalization is a one-dimensional skill that everyone does the same way.
However, the trend toward compartmentalization of major policy responsibilities, and delegation of those responsibilities to persons who may not have passed Senate review, is both new and disturbing.
Compartmentalization happens when ethical issues that arise in other parts of the business curriculum are referred to the "experts," sending the wrong message to students as future ethical decision makers.
Between its statistical complexity and the compartmentalization of information needed for its use, German confidence in Enigma's security was high.
School buses are designed to protect children not through seatbelts but through a concept called compartmentalization, which mandates school bus seating that is evenly spaced, well-padded, strong, high-backed and securely anchored to the floor.
But if the results are any indication, he seems to have mastered the art of compartmentalization.
Many causes for patellar immobility exist, including compartmentalization by plica, supra-patellar scarring, and anterior interval contracture.
The characters in Mayr's novels represent many differences and seek to deconstruct compartmentalization.
He notes that he believes in a strict compartmentalization of services--at his firm, people stay in the departments they were hired for and rarely play musical chairs.
Computing's history is marked by a relentless pattern of democratization and compartmentalization.