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being or feeling set or kept apart from others

spaced apart

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separated at the joint

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no longer connected or joined

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gt; part is used when the things to be separated are closely joined in some way.
As part of a reengineering process, commissioning testing is especially important in ensuring that the mechanical and electrical systems are truly separated.
Larger items such as OCC boxes continue to be sorted and separated by people at picking stations along the conveyor belt or by a grapple operator on the tipping floor.
71-1(b)(2)(i), which defines the written separation agreement, says in part "if the wife is divorced or legally separated subsequent to the written separation agreement, payments made under such agreement continue to fall within the provisions of section 71(a)(2)"
With VSAN trunking strategies, storage administrators can also consolidate previously separated physical inter-switch links (ISLs) over a single shared connection or set of connections.
There is no market currently for the separated plastics in the U.
Rather than spirituality and sexuality being unified to overcome human isolation, we have separated them into independent functions with separate expressions.
University of California, Los Angeles, doctors say it so extremely rare for twins to be born joined at the skull and then be separated that it is nearly impossible to say what is emotionally ``normal'' for them.
Most likely from eating inexpensive beef products that contained mechanically separated meat," says the NIH's Paul Brown.
When this experiment was first conducted by the black psychologist Kenneth Clark in 1940, it showed that black children were more likely to dislike their own color if they lived in places where schools were segregated, or separated, by race.
He reported a case in which an infection may have contributed to the speciation that separated two Nasonia wasps.
Specifically, the FBCS income provision was adopted in 1962 because of congressional concern about the use of a selling subsidiary that has been separated from manufacturing activities of a related corporation merely to obtain a lower rate of tax for the sales income.
Sometimes conjoined twins can be separated after birth.
A small number of companies has traditionally separated the chairman and the CEO positions.
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