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(music) marked by or composed of disconnected parts or sounds

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having been divided

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marked by sudden changes in subject and sharp transitions

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not plugged in or connected to a power source

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In another study on the effectiveness of peer mentoring in the classroom, Henry and colleagues (2011) hoped to connect the benefits of social university spheres--areas that many students do not frequent--with the academic sphere, and hence link two important facets of university life rather than allowing them to run parallel and, for many, disconnectedly.
'Everyone.'" To which Ana's mother routinely but disconnectedly asks who would like soup?
The buzz agent profile can be built into three characteristics as previous studies disconnectedly suggest.
Things did happen, though disconnectedly, during this odd period of indoor lull.
Analysis of newspaper responses to the release of SBHF suggests that female audience members are rhetorically structured outside of the text, leaving them to disconnectedly gaze upon it.
Rabies remains endemic throughout Africa, and for all the reasons discussed, loses visibility in Africa because it typically oscillates disconnectedly between authorities concerned with either human or animal health.
Central Command." In this and in other reviews in this Journal, (11) we see a pattern that was evident in the response to the 2008 financial crisis, in the reconstruction attempts in Iraq, and now in the conduct of the Afghan war: that the attitudes and policies voiced at the presidential level were very different from what was actually done by those who so disconnectedly acted on behalf of the United States.
Often we do not see the ties that bind, the kinship that we share, and so we live haphazardly and disconnectedly. Our mission is to live in humble fellowship with each other and our Creator (Mic.
There are many phrases (let us remember that the moral part of the text becomes a book of sayings) that seem to be there in order to insist, perhaps disconnectedly, that this is the only moral law:
The act of looking at these works is no less voyeuristic than the cinema itself, at once hallucinatory and distanced, suggesting the space of an imaginary world, with which the viewer engages privately, but disconnectedly. It reproduces traditionist / symbolist reading of the female, as either muse or femme fatale.
Unlike most shopping centre models, where street vendors and stalls disconnectedly front formal retail chains, Minka (2) purposefully blends both types of offers to gain synergies--a traditional central market for the 21s' century--combining not less than 1,100 traditional and street vendors.
As one USAID contractor who worked in Afghanistan put it, we need to show the citizenry that we are "fully committed to making a difference, rather than working disconnectedly on 'one-off' projects."," he said.
(35) Given the opportunity, Aycock wants "to provoke you to think about your American landscape," not just from above in an airplane, disconnectedly viewing the land, but when you are in the midst of it, a part of it.
Unfortunately, Ad Libsker's hour-plus docu on this potentially mind-boggling topic meanders disconnectedly, as various experts, collectors and storytellers kick around anecdotes and theories that tend to cancel each other out.
Matthews's new self-narrative as the American writer living almost in exile emerges tentatively and, initially, disconnectedly, troubled and deflected as he is by the generally unhappy and sometimes tense nature of his relationship with Helen, by the social entanglement with loud, lumpen American friends of Helen they run into, and by his own doleful ruminations on his predicament.