disassociation

  • 1 disassociation — I noun breach, break, breakdown, detachment, dichotomy, discerption, disconnection, discontinuation, disengagement, disjointure, disjunction, dismemberment, disruption, disseverence, dissociation, dissolution, disunion, divarication, divergence,… …

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  • 2 disassociation — noun 1. the state of being unconnected in memory or imagination I could not think of him in disassociation from his wife • Ant: ↑association • Derivationally related forms: ↑disassociate • Hypernyms: ↑separation 2 …

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  • 3 disassociation — noun see disassociate …

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  • 4 disassociation — See disassociate. * * * …

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  • 5 disassociation — noun dissociation …

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  • 6 disassociation — SYN: dissociation (1) …

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  • 7 disassociation — Synonyms and related words: abstraction, alienation, detachment, disarticulation, disconnectedness, disconnection, discontinuity, discreteness, disengagement, disjointing, disjunction, disjuncture, dislocation, dissociation, disunion, division,… …

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  • 8 disassociation — n. separation, severance, parting, freeing oneself from …

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  • 9 disassociation — dis·association …

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  • 10 causing disassociation — index divisive Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 11 disassociate — disassociation, n. /dis euh soh shee ayt , see /, v.t., disassociated, disassociating. to dissociate. [1595 1605; DIS 1 + ASSOCIATE] * * * …

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  • 12 Broadcast radiation — is the accumulation of broadcast and multicast traffic on a computer network. Extreme amounts of broadcast traffic constitute a broadcast storm. A broadcast storm can consume sufficient network resources so as to render the network unable to… …

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  • 13 Shunning — can be the act of social rejection, or mental rejection. Social rejection is when a person or group deliberately avoids association with, and habitually keeps away from an individual or group. This can be a formal decision by a group, or a less… …

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  • 14 Criticism of Jehovah's Witnesses — Part of a series on Jehovah s Witnesses Overview …

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  • 15 Rotaxane — A rotaxane is a mechanically interlocked molecular architecture consisting of a dumbbell shaped molecule which is threaded through a macrocycle (see graphical representation). The name is derived from the Latin for wheel (rota) and axle (axis).… …

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  • 16 Controversies regarding Jehovah's Witnesses — Jehovah s Witnesses have experienced controversy in their relationships with mainstream Christianity, governments, former members, and the general public.Fact|date=September 2008 They or their representatives have been accused of heresy, racism,… …

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  • 17 Anglican Diocese of Sydney — The Diocese of Sydney is a diocese within the Anglican Church of Australia. The majority of the diocese is Evangelical and low church in tradition and committed to Reformed and Calvinist theology. The diocese goes as far as Lithgow in the west… …

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  • 18 Ulster Constitution Defence Committee — The Ulster Constitution Defence Committee (UCDC) was established in Northern Ireland in April 1966. The UCDC was the governing body of the loyalist Ulster Protestant Volunteers (UPV). The UCDC coordinated parades, counter demonstrations, and… …

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  • 19 Shi'a view of Umar — This article is about the Shi a view of Umar, the second Sunni caliph.hia viewHistorical contextUmar ibn al Khattab was one of the earliest figures in the history of Islam. However, the Shi a have traditionally asserted that the Sunni perspective …

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  • 20 Word Association — is a common word game involving an exchange of words that are associated together.How to playOnce an original word has been chosen, usually randomly or arbitrarily, a player will find a word that they associate with it and make it known to all… …

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