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Synonyms for disentangle

Synonyms for disentangle

to free from an entanglement

Synonyms for disentangle

release from entanglement of difficulty

free from involvement or entanglement

separate the tangles of

smoothen and neaten with or as with a comb

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McIntosh and Boychuck provide a valuable review of the impacts of the disentangling of income support in Canada.
The Rural Landscape of the Villa Mondragone near Frascati," which is somewhat weakened by resort to assertion rather than evidence; Elisabeth Blair MacDougall's own "Venetia Reale: Ambition and Imitation in a Seventeenth-Century Villa," a tour-de-force disentangling of the highly complex building history and cultural significance of this perplexing Piedmontese villa; and Dianne Harris' "Landscape and Representation: The Printed View and Marc' Antonio Dal Re's Ville di delizie.
Disentangling the secretive world of the spy from the normal life of the trader or the scholar was not easy but the author has done a wonderful bit of detective work.
Such measuring requires disentangling the effect of the attacks from the effects of other events.
But to add to the convoluted story, BMW sold Land Rover to Ford in July 2000 when disentangling itself from its Rover Group investment-and in a strange twist of fate, the new model came back under the control of the one person who can be regarded as its godfather.
And as if simply disentangling the psychodynamic threads of these complicated denouements were not enough, Gabler-Hover also makes effective use of Homi Bhabha's notion of "splitting": Hagar's illicit sexuality is split onto blackness, but its product, the empowerment t hat such sexuality makes possible, is split onto whiteness.
The finances of Scotland and the UK are so enmeshed that disentangling them would be costly, complicated and pointless.
Off licence chain First Quench is disentangling the three strands of its operations into stand-alone business units.
Disentangling the Flow of Funds to Health Care Providers," was a highly detailed investigation of the 'black box' of Medicare's payments to providers.
Disentangling disagreements over religious differences from other contentious issues poses some unique challenges to counselors and mediators working with interfaith couples struggling to hold a marriage together or to resolve a child-custody dispute.
As it is disentangling itself from Interscope, Death Row, according to the business manager of one of its artists, is entering a new distribution deal with Priority Records, once the country's largest independent label (and now in the midst of a takeover by EMI, which already owns half of the label).
Ironically, Ben-Gurion himself had no difficulty disentangling the rhetoric of self-defense from the reality of conquest.
This would require certain disentangling of assets and comingled index funds.
In a recent article disentangling what researchers have learned over the past 50 years, Stanford Graduate School of Business faculty member Margaret A.