totally disconnected

totally disconnected

[′tōd·əl·ē ‚dis·kə′nek·təd]
(mathematics)
A topological space has this property if the largest connected subset containing any given point is only the point itself.
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At one part of the river, they passed, on the northern side, an isolated rock, about one hundred and fifty feet high, rising from a low marshy soil, and totally disconnected with the adjacent mountains.
The incident paints a grotesque picture of the state which seems totally disconnected with its dwellers and their sufferings.
The goal, Friesen said, is to make water"that's ultra high quality and secure, totally disconnected from all infrastructure.
You had made sure the hotel had Wi-Fi everywhere so that you could upload your photos instantly, never mind that while on a holiday you'd normally want to get away from it all, be totally disconnected from the world.
On a spiritual level, you can feel totally disconnected, unable to pray, to ask, to receive, to communicate with God.
Their IT managers should advise management to keep everything totally disconnected and running on an internal system only.
She asks: How can design education help students to engage in a world that, while interconnected and immediate, is also yet more fractured, unstable, and totally disconnected from what matters.
The Iran deal has provisions that don't expire for another 25 years, meaning the coming decades will likely reveal whether or not Iran's state ideology is totally disconnected from its behavior in the nuclear realm, and whether a reengagement with the international community can reduce that ideology's virulence or influence.
A minority is ruling the majority and that minority is totally disconnected with the local culture and local issues.
His reasoning is totally disconnected and discordant.
In fact, the resistance movement has taken a new form and a life of its own, totally disconnected to the halls of "power" that the PA resides in.

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