dissimilate


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become dissimilar by changing the sound qualities

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make dissimilar

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become dissimilar or less similar

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His failure to fit the culturally imposed stereotype of racial characteristics inculpated rather than exonerated him: for deceptive appearance was only further evidence of a Jew's ability to pass--to dissimilate his origins--and to deceive the "French" while insinuating himself into the very symbol of French virility, protection and defense--the army.
architecture, arrangement of horticulture) was intentionally designed so as to dissimilate the value of Mei.
ISLAMABAD, December 20, 2010 (Frontier Star): Interfaith League Against Poverty (I-LAP) distributed shields as token of appreciation to veteran peace lovers who did their best in the year 2010 to ensure peace and harmony at their level and dissimilate the message to the masses.
It requires only a reasonably sized database for model development and validation and it might be easier to dissimilate and implement.
The INTERPOL could collect the information on parcel bombs and dissimilate it to the countries to take necessary measures to prevent it.
Tens of thousands of educated, middle class liberals are using Internet services like Facebook to dissimilate information, and organise protests.
To establish a competitive position in a new market, a firm must build its installed base, which means it must dissimilate the technology extensively.
Therefore, it is not far-fetched to say that affirmative action is a concept that aims to assimilate, rather than dissimilate, races.