Thesaurus / segregate
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Thus, to trace it, the autopsy doctors would have to find, separate or segregate a billionth bit of the mass under observation.
No attempt is made to segregate the entries by year, since we are interested in the total, not the annual increment.
Any motive that will not so segregate men and break up all other bonds cannot be said to be a very fertile cause of war.
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF NATIONSG.E. PARTRIDGE
It was this “shadow of a sickness,” that served to segregate Margaret to the extent that was really necessary for her well being.
TURN ABOUT ELEANORETHEL M. KELLEY
He meant to fence off side canyons and to segregate droves of his hogs, and to raise abundance of corn for winter feed.
THE CALL OF THE CANYONZANE GREY
These lepers freely mingle with the rest of the people, no effort whatever being made to segregate them.
SOUTH AND SOUTH CENTRAL AFRICAH. FRANCES DAVIDSON
They segregate man from the rest of the universe, and endeavor an interpretation of the unhuman remainder.
THE MEANING OF FAITHHARRY EMERSON FOSDICK
What islands have they tend to hold, to segregate, secrete from meddling hands, preserve untouched and unaltered.
INFLUENCES OF GEOGRAPHIC ENVIRONMENTELLEN CHURCHILL SEMPLE
Let us however assume for a moment that I might in the innermost depths of my being segregate myself.
THE REFORM OF EDUCATIONGIOVANNI GENTILE
Let A and B be two intergenerating groups in which segregate fecundity is first beginning.
DARWIN, AND AFTER DARWIN (VOL 3 OF 3)GEORGE JOHN ROMANES
WORDS RELATED TO SEGREGATE
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