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de·tach

(dĭ-tăch′)
v.
1. To separate or unfasten; disconnect.
2. To remove from association or union with something.
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Mutant plants (CS5736: Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center), deficient in ABA synthesis, however, produced leaves with significantly more robust growth detached from the plant which was not growth-inhibited by IAA.
Yet these same kids may tend to feel inadequate and are quite often detached from reality.
Type of property/price: 3 bed terraced semi detached and detached from pounds 61,500 4 bed detached from pounds 89,950 5 bed detached from pounds 99,950.
Netia stated that the period for lodging objections to crediting the investment accounts of the Company's shareholders who owned Netia's shares on December 22, 2002 (the "Eligible Shareholders") with the warrants that were previously detached from series I notes ended on May 13, 2003 with no objections being lodged.
Mayfield Meadow has various properties available including three-bed semis with garage available from pounds 112,995, and four-bed detached from pounds 152,995.