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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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NNA - Maronite Patriarch Cardinal Mar Beshara Boutros Rahi on Wednesday called the international community to dissociate the political solution in Syria from the repatriation of the Syrian refugees present on the Lebanese soil.
For example, someone who is sexually abused or involved in a lifethreatening incident may dissociate as a way of coping with an overwhelming situation.
Weak acids tend not to dissociate readily; therefore, they liberate few free H+ ions.
The revised act significantly increases the ways in which a member may dissociate from an LLC.
It is preferable that the Iranian ambassador dissociates himself from making remarks on the Syrian crisis, maybe by this he will reduce the sufferings of the Syrian people," Jumblatt said in a statement.
We are informed that Marc Bick dissociates himself from the statements made by his mother.
When hydrochloric acid (HCl) is added to water, it dissociates into H+ and Cl- ions.
'He should apologise and Mr Andy Gilchrist should make sure that he dissociates himself from this unwarranted attack and apologise on behalf of the FBU as a whole.
The author dissociates himself from the idea of some writers, that cursing is identical to black magic.