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

separate

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A workable solution of this problem entails imposing restrictions on the problem solved by consumers, typically by assuming a separable structure for consumer preferences (Blackorby, Primont, and Russell 1978) [1] In particular, certain separability conditions allow the consumer's expenditure allocation problem to satisfy two-stage (multistage) budgeting rules.
In figure 2 we have the original image of a phone, and and in figure 3 we have one step of the separable Daubechies 4 transform.
It also believed the only safe way for a bank to do anything other than a straight banking business was through the holding company, where the different parts of the enterprise were separable.
Malletre, by contrast, warns us not to equate "religion" with "doctrine" and invites us to recognize "belief as an activity separable from religious culture" (210).
A tracking stock can be issued for a business division, geographic segment, product line or any other separable business, such as DuPont's life sciences group, which includes its biotechnology, pharmaceutical and agricultural chemicals enterprises.
The separable particle (or adverbial) is part of a verb phrase (take out, stand by) in which the particle follows the verb and may be separated from it and appear at the end of sentence or clause.
From the fact that governing methods are not entirely separable from the substance of policy, it follows that the reforms in technique that Howard recommends will not work--at least, not unless they are accompanied by changes in political goals.
A usually brief unit of action in a dramatic or literary work, such as the part of an ancient Greek tragedy between two choric songs and equivalent to any developed situation in a modern play; a developed situation that is integral to but separable from a continuous narrative (such as a novel or play); or one of a series of loosely connected stories or scenes.
If the MRS between any two commodities in the same group is independent of changes in the price of a commodity outside that group, then the two commodities are price-dependent weakly separable.
The new center is designed into separate and separable clusters of offices to provide the highest degree of privacy and quiet.
It's valid to ask to what degree SAD is separable from other psychiatric syndromes," Rosenthal says.
This new patent is also the cornerstone of an entire patent portfolio which covers techniques required for operators to deliver a proven separable security solution as mandated by the FCC.