disentanglement


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Synonyms for disentanglement

the act of releasing from a snarled or tangled condition

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Wall slip can be induced by processing aids, the exudation of low molecular weight chains, the loss of adhesion on the die and a disentanglement of polymer chains from a polymer monolayer on the flow channel surface.
This conceptual disentanglement is imperative to allow for the holistic treatment of trauma while using evidence-based treatment (EBT) to address SMI symptoms.
The country will not collapse but it is hanging by a thread." He agreed that the US invasion of Iraq in 2003 was the precursor to American disentanglement from the region, and that there was now a serious risk of "big power" confrontation in Syria.
In thinking about this challenge, it may be useful to compare the Uniform Commercial Code's innovative disentanglement of commercial and property law.
The Criminal Consultants duo, Doakes and Haig, find themselves enmeshed in the disentanglement of a most vexing puzzle in Savage Customs when they set out to untangle a homicide by tomahawk involving an Indian from the American colonies.
Indeed, there are several excellent books on the negotiations which led to our final constitutional disentanglement from Great Britain.
"Taking part in whale rescue operations requires immense bravery and a passion for the welfare of marine mammals...There are serious risks involved with any disentanglement attempt.
The first phase of the talks aims to provide as much clarity and legal certainty as possible and to settle the disentanglement of the UK from the EU.
Would-be rescuers range from the National Marine Sanctuaries' Whale Disentanglement Team - part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - to whale watchers and businesses that ferry tourists to watch the whales migrating.
Responsibility for one's conduct is a concomitant of liberty, and it's conceivable that some people will regard the cost of responsibility as too high relative to the value they place on liberty, and so opt for servility." If the propositions raised here are correct, the ongoing challenge for classical liberal advocates will be to also enunciate the case for economic-political disentanglement framed in new and attractive "nonlogical" ways that inspire people to support extended liberties and the responsibilities inextricably associated with them.
is so enmeshed in the EU that the process of disentanglement will be complicated and probably take years.
Kyiv's formal disentanglement from Moscow was quick, but Ukraine would continue to swing between Western and Russian influence.
Political sources say Ayrault will not bring anything new to the table as many see the disentanglement of the presidential crisis as lying squarely with the Iran-Saudi regional rivalry.
Perhaps they are also becoming aware of the bottomless pit of expenditure involved in years of wasteful bureaucratic reorganisation and mountainous legal fees that will be leached from the NHS and other social services necessitated by the process of disentanglement.