uncouple


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Synonyms for uncouple

to separate one thing from another thing

Synonyms for uncouple

disconnect or separate

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If the airlines were to eliminate standard commissions and begin charging a transaction fee, airlines would uncouple and create a transparency for their cost of distribution, create a revenue stream that would offset their internal cost of distribution and further legitimize transaction fees for the agency community.
The report, entitled "Make Your Cash Flow Sing, Your Stock Will Dance" specifically looks at the problems associated with current methods of accounting for corporate earnings and identifies five action steps companies can take to uncouple their stock prices from earnings per share (EPS).
We conducted our relationship privately and hope as we consciously uncouple and coparent, we will continue in the same manner.
Rescuers had to uncouple all six of the train's carriages and push them back along the track to get to the wrecked car.
Users say that the ability to uncouple from the server, perform powerful production reporting, and have flexible data input and intelligent drill-downs in a familiar spreadsheet environment, are very appealing.
Leveraging an optimal product design that allows the company to uncouple and implement its products individually, Hyperion is offering financial executives in large corporations the solution that recent survey data says they're now seeking.
The new product features a powerful underlying OLAP engine, licensed from TM1 Software, with advantages not offered today by current market leaders, such as the ability for users to uncouple from the server and superior performance in large-scale applications.
uncouples the short-term replacement life cycle and the capital and operating investments associated with analyzers.
UCP, as a proton transporter, uncouples the proton-motive force (diminishing the proton gradient across the inner mitochondrial membrane), decreasing formation of both ATP and reactive oxygen species (ROS) with the release of chemical energy as heat.
Further increases in fractionation would seem to require a fundamental change that uncouples fractionation and thickening.