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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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3 : to cease to be together : part <There was sadness when the friends separated.>
The key to a successful project is reviewing all of the vertical systems, such as vertical transportation and electrical/mechanical risers, and identifying what systems the existing owner is required to maintain and which services can be separated. Flexibility of the MEP systems operation for the future condominium owners is critical to the success of the isolation process.
Section 6015(c) allows a divorced or separated spouse who previously filed a joint return to calculate his or her deficiency based on the portion of incorrect items the spouse had generated, rather than holding each spouse liable for the entire deficiency under the joint and several liability rule.
Thus, the longer that a folded piece of OCC moves along the sorting line, the greater the chances it is covering up a piece of metal or a brick that should also be separated from the stream early in the process.
With logically separated SAN fabrics, a disruption in one virtual fabric remains isolated to that fabric.
With North Korea rising to become the new 'evil' in the world in its pursuit of nuclear weaponry, a book such as Gordon Cucullu's Separated At Birth becomes even more essential, providing a history of North and South Korea with a new emphasis on just how North Korean became the 'evil twin' of the two.
The vats separate PP from PE and PS, while ABS and talc-filled PP are separated from the remaining plastics of 1.0 to 1.1 g/cc, which are landfilled.
In 1987, Carson led the surgical team that separated craniopagus twins, both of whom survived, and in 1997 he guided a team of South African physicians who successfully separated craniopagus twins.
Doctors in Singapore separated a pair of 11 month-old girls from Nepal who were joined at the head in April 2001, in a marathon operation which lasted four days.

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