divorcement


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Synonyms for divorcement

Synonyms for divorcement

the legal dissolution of a marriage

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We measured the effects of divorcement by comparing the baseline treatment with a Company-owned treatment.
Regulatory Restrictions on Vertical Integration and Controls: The Competitive Impact of Gasoline Divorcement Policies.
The divorcement between American industry and American arts now appears a foregone conclusion.
states, including Delaware, Maryland, Nevada, and Virginia, such concerns gave rise to divorcement legislation, under which refiners are not permitted to own or operate gas stations.
once and for all, marked the divorcement of church and state.
Back at RI<O Pictures during the early 1930s where he would be hard at work on such pictures as What Price Hollywood, A Bill of Divorcement, and Rockabye (all from 1932), one of his biographers tells of Cukor's partiality for the teamwork approach to filmmaking.
34), it was incorrectly stated that the actress won her first Academy Award for 1932's A Bill of Divorcement.
Regulatory Restrictions on Vertical Integration and Control: The Competitive Impact of Gasoline Divorcement Policies," Journal of Regulatory Economics, 18(3), 2000, 217-33.
Men with a sense of conscience sent wives bills of divorcement, but frequently married men lost themselves in foreign landscapes and were never heard from again.
He wrote in this superlative vein because his principal aim was the divorcement of good and evil.