dissociate


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dissociate

(dĭ-sō′sē-āt′, -shē-)
v. dissoci·ated, dissoci·ating, dissoci·ates
v.intr.
Chemistry & Psychiatry To undergo dissociation.
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Again until I am convinced that the period between 1999 and 2015, years of democratic experiment indeed, were not the best period to have instituted the solid foundation for Nigeria's development, there is no ground to dissociate myself from the million of voices of Nigerians solidly standing against the return to old democratic experiences as defined by the past governments.
Working with a therapist who has a good understanding of dissociation can help you to understand why you dissociate, what triggers dissociation, process traumatic events from your past and develop new coping strategies.
Judicial expulsion, on the other hand, permits members of an LLC, with no contractual means of extricating themselves from a deadlock or other impasse, to apply to the court to dissociate a member who engages in "wrongful conduct" that "adversely and materially" affects the LLC's business or "willfully or persistently" commits a "material breach of the operating agreement" or for material violations of the member's duties under the revised act.
Strong acids, on the other hand, readily dissociate and liberate many free H+ ions.
Addressing the party men Sirajul Haq counseled the rulers to dissociate themselves from the plunderers around them instead of offering their own defense and corner the corrupt in every walk of life.
I want to categorically say that our government and the BJP completely dissociate with the statement of Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed crediting Pakistan and Hurriyat for smooth conduct of assembly polls," Union home minister Rajnath Singh told the Lok Sabha after the House witnessed uproarious scenes with the Opposition pressing for a clarification from Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Grigory Mikhailov said that Russia has two approaches: it can invest to stabilize the situation in Kyrgyzstan or it can dissociate itself from these problems and create Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan its own problems.
He said meaningful talks should be given a chance and Pakistan should dissociate itself from the so-called war on terror.
Mansour stressed that it is no longer enough now for Lebanon to dissociate itself from the AL resolutions on Syria, saying that giving countries the right to let weapons and gunmen enter Syria will create a serious case which would destabilize Lebanon.
The only European country to public dissociate itself from EU sanctions is Switzerland, which does not buy Iranian crude.
I envy the Lebanese officials for many things, as I am an envious citizen who, in vain, seeks to dissociate himself.
Ed was having a pretty hard time even before he decided to dissociate himself from the Murdochs.