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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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The above techniques offer the following advantages for separating large-sized cardboard products: proven, reliable technique; minimal downtime because of maintenance; installation is usually possible without major reorganization measures; and insensitivity to non-paper components.
Our client retained a number of floors in the building, and our work involved separating all of the MEP systems serving these floors from the systems serving the rest of the building.
Consequently, we African Americans sacrificially escape our bodies through an over spiritualization of our lives, trying to transform that which is unholy into the holy by separating our sexuality from our spirituality.
Who is to say that God is not even now separating the wheat from the chaff, and that those of us who are truly dedicated to providing a proper education for our children will not have to put up or shut up, remove our kids from the perverted educational systems, and either teach them at home, or if possible start private schools with like-minded parents?
The profile is selected so that the roll separating forces which cause the rolls to bow apart in the center are partially compensated for by grinding the center to a larger diameter.
Abby and Britty's parents, Mike and Patty Hensel, never considered separating the girls.
In separating the chairman and CEO positions, it is appropriate that a new pay philosophy and compensation model for the chairman be developed.
Both towns had been separating household wastes for recycling.
When it comes to configuring downstream portions of auto shredding plants, the key recently has been automated sorting and separating.
ESR's dense-media tanks for ASR separation have also been separating metals from plastics in the U.