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Synonyms for untangling

the act of releasing from a snarled or tangled condition

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In Untangling Self, Andrew Olendzki offers an accessible, powerful discussion of how the ancient wisdom of Buddhism can transform individuals and cultures.
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Anya, who will be based at the Tesco extra store, will now be untangling up to 60 light sets a day.
describes the elegant solutions that nature has devised, not only for untangling two twisted strands of DNA for replication, to make sure each progeny has one and only one whole strand of its parent, but also for keeping many bristly nucleic acids from getting so tangled that the cellular equivalent of a crewcut is required.
With its multidisciplinary expertise in both the public and private sector, Hogan & Hartson LLP has an exceptional reputation for finding innovative solutions and untangling complex challenges for Latin American clients.
This can require unraveling complex time sequences of when pollutants entered the environment and untangling multiple plumes of contaminants.
One of the crucial contributions Loewenstein makes to Ben Jonson studies involves his untangling of the competitive efforts of printers and stationers to corner the rights to Jonson's texts.
SAN FRANCISCO - Untangling the West Coast's snarled ports inevitably will lead to another gnarly mess - sorting out who will pay for all the economic chaos caused by the 10-day shutdown.
Although this ceiling is an enormous number, just putting a cap on the untangling process represents a notable achievement, comments knot theorist Colin C.
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Known for the intriguing tangling and untangling of movement, Petronio drew critical attention while dancing with the Trisha Brown Company in the early 1980s.
Untangling the web of acronyms, like APB, SFAS, FASB, GASB, CIRA, HUD and A-133; or
Sick of untangling his dog's Leg from its Leash, Actionleash inventor Mark Nelson adapted an old mountain climbing accessory for similarly frustrated dog-walkers.
Untangling, 1994, depicts a man in work clothes busy untangling a thick skein of rope that suggests a strange, vanquished monster.
The company was founded with the vision of untangling the complexities of technology, initially targeting network security and control for small and medium size businesses.