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extricate

(eks′trĭ-kāt″) [L. extricare, to disentangle, clear]
To free from entrapment, as a person from a fallen building or a crushed automobile.
extrication (eks″trĭ-kā′shŏn)
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The established values are no more extricable from Lucy's mission than the product line of shirts, socks and sports bras.
But recently, there has been proof positive that the breadth of the state's resources goes beyond the extricable.
Another task we meet as readers, not extricable perhaps from the first, is to think about the possibility that none of this is art, not even the book we're reading; that all of it is art; that we no longer have a clue about what art is; or more profoundly what its office (interest?
Then, of course, his peers in writing too often felt his work had no defining philosophy, no extricable "meaning" etc.
Given the nature of impending technological developments, the declining purchasing power of more and more people in rich and poor countries alike, and the size and composition of the global workforce, it is not prudent to count on technological rescue to solve America's job problem, much less the global job problem of which it is an in, extricable part.
It can represent difficulty, blockage, indecipherability--its strands interweave and contort in ways which are not necessarily traceable or extricable, and hence the promised movement from the literal to the dematerialized level of metaphoric discourse is by no means automatic.
105) Thus, absent an extricable legal error or a palpable or overriding error of fact, an appellate court should not interfere with a finding of prima facie defamation.