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Separating - definition of separating by The Free Dictionary
But this would be most evident, if any one could see such a government really established: for it would be impossible to frame such a city without dividing and separating it into its distinct parts, as public tables, wards, and tribes; so that here the laws will do nothing more than forbid the military to engage in agriculture, which is what the Lacedaemonians are at present endeavouring to do.
Separate | Definition of Separate by Merriam-Webster
Choose the Right Synonym for separate. Verb. separate, part, divide, sever, sunder, divorce mean to become or cause to become disunited or disjointed. separate may imply any of several causes such as dispersion, removal of one from others, or presence of an intervening thing. separated her personal life from her career part implies the separating of things or persons in close union or association.
Separation | Define Separation at Dictionary.com
noun. an act or instance of separating or the state of being separated. a place, line, or point of parting. a gap, hole, rent, or the like.
Separation | Definition of Separation by Merriam-Webster
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Separating Kids at Border: The Truth | National Review
The Trump administration isn’t changing the rules that pertain to separating an adult from the child. Those remain the same. Separation happens only if officials find that the adult is falsely ...
Separating by John Updike - Goodreads
Joan and Richard have some bad news to tell their four children. The author makes it seem as though Richard was the reason for the decision. His wife Joan suggests that they break the news to each child separately instead of making an announcement at dinner.