, misdoubt, unravel, unthaw, irregardless.
A gruesome picture indeed, but with significant medieval overtones, for in the same way the purported death-scene photographs further dissever
the always photogenic Princess and summon a grisly profit, so too the bodies of saints and holy persons in the Middle Ages could be distributed as relics or enshrined in reliquaries, thereby creating a market for miracle-seekers, pilgrims, and hawkers of all kinds.
He had contrived, or rather he had happened, to dissever
himself from the world -- to vanish -- to give up his place and privileges with living men, without being admitted among the dead.
His double-dealing culminates in the "wild counsel" to unite with the enemy to destroy the object of rivalry, and then, "That done, dissever
your united strengths" so as to attack each other (2.
So the mystery of Effing's early life is clearly another variation on the "disappearing man" motif, and Hawthorne's judgment of Wakefield is equally true of Julian Barber: "He had contrived, or rather he had happened, to dissever
himself from the world--to vanish--to give up his place and privileges with living men, without being admitted among the dead" (160).
the people from intercourse which would greatly advance their civilisation, and bars the access of improving knowledge to their minds.
Elderly recipients of cash aid were dissevers
in 1980-81, but not in 1989-90.