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Synonyms for isolation

Synonyms for isolation

the act or process of isolating

the quality or state of being alone

Synonyms for isolation

a feeling of being disliked and alone

the act of isolating something

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(psychiatry) a defense mechanism in which memory of an unacceptable act or impulse is separated from the emotion originally associated with it

a country's withdrawal from international politics

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Conventional isolations of this type would involve a traditional hot tap lip seal line-stop and vents to achieve an isolation whose sealing integrity is neither guaranteed to be leak-free, nor the line-stop provide a verified double block and bleed isolation.
Finally, the storage tank had to remain fully operational throughout the project, so STATS had to ensure that the subsea deployment, setting and testing of the isolation plug could be conducted by divers within a strict 14-day window.
Thus, extreme isolation should not be another tool for juvenile detention centers.
The geographic analysis reveals that North America accounted for the largest share in the global nucleic acid isolation and purification market in 2015.
Prior research on adherence to isolation regulations by hospital staff found poor rates of conformity to all components of isolation guidelines.
The human cell isolation segment is expected to register the highest growth rate in the cell isolation market, by cell type, during the forecast period.
Exosomes isolation is hindered by the lack of reproducibility, lack of specificity and tedious work processes, and Exiqon's newly-launched kits address these issues.
Figure 1 shows the isolation features of a mains powered diagnostic unit intended for direct patient contact in this case, an ECG unit.
Two months after the isolation of H5N1, 40 cloacal swabs and 28 serum samples were collected from ducks at the infected and surrounding farms.
In addition, regular contact with practitioners and ordinary people outside of the university reduces the sense of isolation I feel on campus.
Isolation transformers (also known as line conditioners) have gained popularity in recent years.
Concerted efforts that include isolation measures appear to be of value for the in-hospital management of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, Dr.
Part of the company's mGard range of modular interlocks protecting employees working with dangerous machinery, the unit forms the link between isolation devices and access locks.
A sense of powerlessness and isolation was also predictive of frustration, suggesting that participants viewed workplace problems as a private rather than an organizational concern.
In fact, it was cited by Amnesty International for the cruel conditions of its isolation unit.