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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of disassociate.

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Examples

  • The Canadian Psychological Association takes the position that Dr. Paul Cameron has consistently misinterpreted and misrepresented research on sexuality, homosexuality, and lesbianism and thus, it formally disassociates itself from the representation and interpretations of scientific literature in his writings and public statements on sexuality.

    Alvin McEwen: AOL article demonstrates the deception of anti-gay bad science

  • When she disassociates from the feminine within herself, a woman also limits her radiance and ability to protect her feminine ground, both of which require a strong presence in the pelvic bowl.

    Wild Feminine

  • By studying the energy patterns of her body and learning where she disassociates or gives up her creative energy, a woman may reestablish and strengthen the boundaries that protect her space.

    Wild Feminine

  • Other times it is emotional: a woman disassociates herself from her pelvic space as a way of coping with painful associations regarding femininity or her body.

    Wild Feminine

  • My stories are inspired by my experiences and people I have met, but they really emerge from the unconscious, and at some point the story goes beyond that and disassociates itself, and takes on a life of its own.

    Janice Graham - An interview with author

  • If only the Pope, the ayatollahs, the chief rabbis, and the evenganelical megapreachers would take his stance: “all religions have the same idea”. which seems to be what this poster is implying when he disassociates the quote from the word adultery.

    Think Progress » Fox News Televangelist Hume: Tiger Would Be ‘Farther Down The Road’ To ‘Forgiveness’ With Christianity

  • "I have failed to hold my views concerning race in a way that disassociates them from the opprobrium and odium that attach to such views in other contexts," it said.

    Church Confronts, Expels Member For Racist Views

  • These atoms still try to reshape even after forming a molecule but find their efforts opposed by the new covalent bond, the covalent bond gets broken by this reshaping force when the molecule moves to a spatial position where the Casimir force changes sufficiently that the reshaping force disassociates the molecule restoring monatomic energy levels.

    Will 2010 be the Year of Zero Point Energy?

  • The study, titled "Detecting Deceptive Discussions in Conference Calls," found that executives who later revised their firm's financial statements displayed distinct styles of speech in analyst calls, including language that "disassociates themselves from their subject matter."

    Is Your CEO Lying? Watch Out For Use Of The Third Person

  • And, the good liberal casually disassociates himself from those disasters by pointing to the kinds of people who were “in charge” but not capable of bringing the good thoughts to fruition.

    Totten and Hanson discuss war and peace

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