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remoteness

distance yourself from something or someone

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  • disown
  • reject
  • separate yourself from
  • wash your hands of
  • dissociate yourself from

go the distance

in the distance

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Synonyms for distance

an extent, measured or unmeasured, of linear space

the fact or condition of being far removed or apart

a wide and open area, as of land, sky, or water

degree of separation, especially in time

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dissociation from one's surroundings or worldly affairs

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a distant region

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size of the gap between two places

indifference by personal withdrawal

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the interval between two times

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a remote point in time

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keep at a distance

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go far ahead of

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So when a patient who undergoes a battery of tests, around 14 of them, upon joining FFD, and starts the diet, exercise and stress relieving regimen simultaneously, Tripathi says, blood sugar level drops rapidly.
For a more detailed description of FFD, refer to (Zuo and Chen, 2009; Jin et al., 2012).
"The world is off-track in terms of achieving sustainable development, and fundamental policy changes are necessary to unleash the transformative potential of SDGs" was the key communication of the 2018 Inter-Agency Task Force on the FfD report "Financing for Development: progress and prospects," considered the first substantial evaluation of progress in implementing FfD outcomes.
Plot of residual and FFD predicted data (Fig 6) was found random with no usual pattern which shows that developed model is adequate and there is no element of variation in present model [30].
Increases in the SFD were correlated with significant changes in the SFS and FFD, and there were significant correlations between SFE and SFS.
As shown in Figure 4, the alignments of b = 500 s/[mm.sup.2] DW image, b = 800 s/[mm.sup.2] DW image, and b = 0 s/[mm.sup.2] DW image can be compared in the "no processing" and "FFD" schemes (case 19).
Figs 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 show rent costs, local loads, makespans of tasks, overall resource utilizations, energy consumption and overheads for finishing the tasks, managed by FFD and HA running on a Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5410 @ 2.33GHz core, within their respective deadlines, respectively.
Therefore, we investigated the effects of FFD on RA and the mechanisms of inflammation.
Le defunt fut egalement ancien membre du bureau politique du parti du Progres et du socialisme (PPS) avant de quitter cette formation et creer le FFD.
30 May 2012 - US savings and loan holding company FFD Financial Corp (NASDAQ:FFDF) on Tuesday announced plans to delist its common shares from the Nasdaq Capital Market as it seeks to lower compliance costs and focus more closely on its core business.
The company says, "In-Sight Explorer 4.5 inspection tools now include an all-in-one edge and surface inspection tool, an all-in-one bead width and position tool, and a robust ID tool that reads multiple codes at one time, allowing In-Sight cameras to read barcodes and provide inspections simultaneously." The company adds that its new Flexible Flaw Detection (FFD) edge and surface inspection tool "works for both color and grayscale applications and is used to inspect for boundary defects, such as conformity of shape, and surface defects like stains and scratches.
(FFD, Inc.) is one of the most innovative interior design firms in the country specializing in the entertainment, restaurant and hospitality industries.
The first approach is the use of fast fluid dynamics (FFD), which is an intermediate model between the nodal and CFD models.
A full 10 years later, in June 1989, after wending its way through many proposals and amendments, the NRC succeeded in establishing far-reaching rules for the creation of a mandatory Fitness for Duty (FFD) program to be operated at regulated facilities nationwide.