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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]
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1-3 with a three-perf staged reading at the West End's Albery Theater of the Gate Theater of Dublin's production of Pinter's "Celebration." The starry event preceded directly the separate Off Broadway opening at the Atlantic of the same play on a double-bill with Pinter's early work, "The Room."
The WWF believes that it is hardly credible for the EU to separate off its internal and external responsibilities and it may damage the European Union's reputation in the eyes of developing countries if the EU decides to turn up in Johannesburg in 2002 with a purely inward-looking strategy.
Its emergence in the Schleitheim Articles, and in the Hutterite communities, signals the abandonment of the hope of a radical reform of Christianity, and the consequent need to separate off the authentic disciples of Christ from others.
"If you were to separate off an element of the network and a bidder could come in and use the same system that they've been using for five years in France - that's compliant with EU regulations - there's no reason why it couldn't be dropped in overnight.