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separate

designating or relating to a Church or similar institution that has ceased to have associations with an original parent organization

separate

[′sep·rət]
(geology)
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So it was very hard to take when one sad day they came to agree, they wanted to go separate ways and branch out individually.
However, Nitish and Lalu chose to go separate ways in their protests.
Businesses are born, some expand through merger or acquisition, others break-up as business owners or divisions go separate ways and some businesses close.
EE's holding companies might seek to go separate ways in the not-too-distant future.
Couples arriving at the rabbinical court in the rocket-battered southern city of Ashdod in the past week were amazed to discover that they would have to go separate ways in case of an air raid siren -- the men to the safe room and the women to one of the courtrooms.
The deal approved by regents established a dividing line between what will soon be formerly known as the University of Texas at Brownsville and TSC, which were partners for nearly 20 years but have decided to go separate ways.
Back in November 2012, Zynga revamped its contract with Facebook allowing the two go separate ways.
If you can't forgive, go separate ways, because life is too short to live a lie.
LAST FENCE DRAMA Saludos and Robbie Power go separate ways in yesterday's showpiece