totally disconnected

totally disconnected

[′tōd·əl·ē ‚dis·kə′nek·təd]
(mathematics)
A topological space has this property if the largest connected subset containing any given point is only the point itself.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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At one part of the river, they passed, on the northern side, an isolated rock, about one hundred and fifty feet high, rising from a low marshy soil, and totally disconnected with the adjacent mountains.
The people of Kashmir are totally disconnected from the rest of the world.
Denying everything, in fact, until you find yourself standing before your congregation, totally disconnected from your false self, and under the shadow of the courts.
There seems to be a potent delirium in positions of power which makes their occupiers to become totally disconnected from the reality of their environment.
"We add our voice to all of the voices that condemned this savage and inhumane terrorism, which is totally disconnected from human nature and morals and Semitic values," he said in a televised speech.
While Mayor of Toulouse Jean-Luc Moudenc said he was "satisfied" with Philippe's move, opposition politicians such as Jean-Luc Melenchon sarcastically claimed that the PM is totally disconnected from reality.
"Glamping is the latest trend for vacationers, and we are excited to bring this new fad to Cedar Point later this summer," Suffolk County Executive Bellone said in a statement."This new respite will allow visitors to enjoy the fun of camping without being totally disconnected from their modernamenities."
class="MsoNormalSince your wife had already left the other relationship and is totally disconnected from it, I believe she deserves a second chance.
The incident paints a grotesque picture of the state which seems totally disconnected with its dwellers and their sufferings.
The goal, Friesen said, is to make water"that's ultra high quality and secure, totally disconnected from all infrastructure." "Just take a breath of air," said Friesen, a professor of materials science at Arizona State University."Take a deep breath.
You had made sure the hotel had Wi-Fi everywhere so that you could upload your photos instantly, never mind that while on a holiday you'd normally want to get away from it all, be totally disconnected from the world.

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