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
Hansson (2001) notes, for example, that in Bade, voicing dissimilation applies under the same similarity conditions that voicing assimilation applies in Ngizim: a nonimplosive consonant will dissimilate
in voicing relative to another nonimplosive consonant in the same root.
Carlos-Eduardo Pineros (personal communication) has suggested the idea to us that -ata and -aca could be the same morpheme: [t] would dissimilate
into [k] in those cases in which the previous syllable presents a coronal consonant.