Thesaurus / isolate

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If any of the animals die, make complete post-mortem examinations and endeavour to isolate the pathogenic organisms.
Isolate we have indeed been as a people, but not provincially nor narrowly nor proudly isolate.
Isolate over the garden-wall was the face; the rest of the man and all the horse were hidden behind it.
THE FLIGHT OF THE SHADOWGEORGE MACDONALD
We are at least enabled to isolate a problem for investigation.
But though you can individualize it and propagate it indefinitely, you cannot isolate it from its fuel and keep it by itself.
The chief work with the bean and pea has been to isolate desirable canning types from the present varieties.
So you have inexplicably failed to isolate the Supreme Power in your test tubes!
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGIPARAMHANSA YOGANANDA
You cannot isolate a thing from its colour, in aesthetic intuition.
BEAUTY AND THE BEASTSTEWART A. MCDOWALL
To isolate them is to mutilate, and sometimes to extinguish them.
Furthermore, for work with a single wave-length it is easy to isolate one of the spectral lines.
ARTIFICIAL LIGHTM. LUCKIESH

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