decouple

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disconnect or separate

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eliminate airborne shock waves from (an explosive)

reduce or eliminate the coupling of (one circuit or part to another)

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Based on the public review, there was a need to decouple the 'U' and 'G' ratings.
For example, assume a pick-up state decouples by imposing a tax based on the law immediately prior to EGTRRA 2001 (i.e., $675,000 is exempt and the top rate is 16 percent).
This transformation decouples interactions among the different faults and makes each entry of the feature vector Z only correspond to a unique fault entry of the fault vector X and vice versa.
Researchers at Toronto University designed a new structural-foam machine that eliminates intermittent operation of the extruder and decouples the plasticating/gas dosing operation from the injection phase.