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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
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separate

[′sep·rət]
(geology)
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In 1999, the two brothers decided to go separate ways.
Former Kelele Takatifu member Didi Man has explained why Moji Short Baba and him decided to go separate ways.
When asked if she would ever go separate ways with Hart, Pink said:"Oh, I never say never.
The Palestinian fight for justice seemed to lose steam after Hamas decided to go separate ways. Israel and its Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took full advantage of the rupture in the Palestinian ranks and stepped up its inhuman actions against Palestinians.
WINGS OF EAGLES and Cliffs Of Moher could go separate ways for their next race after giving Aidan O'Brien a one-two in the Investec Derby.
Duterte said he has warned his own Cabinet and appointees, some of whom joined him in the Burma trip, that at 'the first whiff of corruption....let's just go separate ways so people don't need to be doubtful anymore.'
Chip Greene is a beautifully written and descriptive tale of Jesus' childhood and his best friends who go separate ways, only to meet again on a hill called Calvary.
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.