segregation[ seg-ri-gey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF segregation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SEGREGATION
Only the first is distinguished by the segregation of the quartz.
We accept the segregation of other objects raised in that whirlwind.
Many other falls we shall have record of, and in most of them segregation is the great mystery.
Over and over in these annals of the damned occurs the datum of segregation.
Segregation, a phenomenon of the utmost novelty, was thus revealed.
The inference was clear that segregation was not only normal but best.
The problem of segregation could best be solved by the policymakers.
Segregation is the nucleus and backbone of the White Slave Traffic.
In this group of species there is no segregation of sclerenchyma into an effective tissue.
The application for segregation of 200,000 acres of irrigable land had been granted.