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However, in everyday life we are generally able to keep apart
the constructs of our imagination from real physical events; this begs the question of how the brain distinguishes internal mental images from externally induced visual percepts.
Jaime Winstone and Kate Nash are very different friends she tries to keep apart
- Winstone's Chanel sleeps with anyone while Nash's Michelle is a pretentious fashion blogger.
1 : to set or keep apart
Separate the egg yolk from the white.
Nobody was hurt, but police had to be called to keep apart
rival factions and protect referee Mark Courtney.
Try as they might to keep apart
(which isn't very hard) their paths are destined to cross.