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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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Their going separate ways was not due to personal differences, but merely about conflicting schedules.
Olivia Colman and David |Tennant looked to be going separate ways at the end of the first series of Broadchurch
Olivia Colman and David Tennant looked to be going separate ways at the end of the first series of Broadchurch
With "Izzit True What They Tell Me," which recounts all-night conversations with a boy, and "Dominic," which wades through the emotional undercurrent of going separate ways in a pale morning after, Polachek draws you near with an intimacy that feels like second-skin.
And it has proved particularly useful for children who may be feeling nervous at the prospect or those who are going separate ways to their classmates.
Indeed, "anastasis" is the Greek word for "resurrection," an appropriate album title for the duo--Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry--who have reunited after going separate ways in 1996.