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Synonyms for isolation

Synonyms for isolation

the act or process of isolating

the quality or state of being alone

Synonyms for isolation

a feeling of being disliked and alone

the act of isolating something


(psychiatry) a defense mechanism in which memory of an unacceptable act or impulse is separated from the emotion originally associated with it

a country's withdrawal from international politics

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The study opines that demand for zonal isolation packers is closely associated with two of the highly-valued aspects- well lifecycle and workover.
The escalated level of emphasis on biotechnological research is encouraging the growth of the cell isolation market.
perceived social isolation) is a risk factor for psychological and neurodegenerative disorders.
Shinnawi was put in isolation two months after his arrest.
"Vibration isolation options for microscopy instrumentation like scanning probe microscopes, interferometers and stylus profilers have been limited to systems of several inches or more in height, which for many labs can be too tall," said Erik Runge, Director of Engineering at Minus K.
The study, appearing in the American Journal of Epidemiology, says addressing social isolation holds promise if studies show interventions are effective, as they could be relatively simple and could influence other risk factors, as social isolation is also associated with hypertension, inflammation, physical inactivity, smoking, and other health risks.
Email Threat Isolation takes prevention to the next level by ensuring suspicious links to risky web pages are isolated, allowing safe access.
The 12-VDC auxiliary systems in electric vehicles require galvanic isolation from the hundreds of volts powering the vehicle's traction systems in order to protect against ground loops, signal noise, and the risk of dangerous electric shocks.
The researchers found that 19 percent of respondents had moderate perceived social isolation and 6 percent had high perceived social isolation.
These effects are seen when mice are subjected to two weeks of social isolation, but not to
These effects are seen when mice are subjected to two weeks of social isolation, but not to short-term social isolation like 24 hours, suggesting that the observed changes in aggression and fear responses require chronic isolation.
In 2016, scientists found the physical locus of loneliness in the brain, and now, it has been discovered that the stress of chronic social isolation can actually reshape the brain, causing feelings of aggression and fear.
Stats Group was recently retained by a major operator in the Arabian Peninsula to provide pressurised isolation of a 36-inch trunkline in the first piggable isolation of its type completed in the region.
Q Should I be more aware of safe isolation procedures?
DUBAI -- Senior journalist Hamid Mir said on Friday that the Pakistan Super League has taken the country out from diplomatic isolation.