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Hatcher was dissociating, on the verge of tears, and he had no idea what he was doing.
A separate study last week showed that it’s possible to grow a mouse fetus through half of its gestation in an artificial womb—a record for mammals, and one that further dissociates reproduction from the age-old “sperm meets egg” story.
In most water loss models that assume atmospheric loss, the idea has been that UV radiation causes water high in the air to dissociate into hydrogen and oxygen.
It is now up to Republicans to dissociate themselves from these members of their party.
It is difficult to dissociate the materials upon nationalities from those upon nations.
Nor can we dissociate health conservation from the other aspects of the movement, even if we would.
You cannot dissociate yourselves from the labouring masses, and in particular from the women and girls of England.
He could not dissociate anything that this woman said or did or wore from an idea of spiritual rarity and virtue.
THE BALL AND THE CROSSG.K. CHESTERTON
It is not everybody, however, who can thus dissociate himself.
ALFRED TENNYSONANDREW LANG
They've got to dissociate themselves from this Collins business somehow.
A CROOKED MILEOLIVER ONIONS

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