dissolution

[ dis-uh-loo-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissolution

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They may have been removed there from the abbey for safety at the time of the dissolution.

After the dissolution of the University of Wittenberg his father was transferred to Halle in 1815.

And democracy has her own good, of which the insatiable desire brings her to dissolution?

He stood for Ayrshire, turning back from York when the dissolution was announced.

Northumberland and Holland were alone in wishing to avert a dissolution.

Dissolution, death, and dust, and a half-interest in an abandoned mine!

His desertion of her must have finished the dissolution of their marriage.

Adultery does not of itself entail the dissolution of marriage.

Histolysis: the degeneration and dissolution of organic tissue.

Hence the holiness of others will not avail them at the hour of dissolution.

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