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- adv. In a separate manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a separate or unconnected state; each by itself; apart; distinctly; singly: as, the opinions of the council were separately taken.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. apart from others
As. I've printed the title separately so that I can use the A from it!
Women were seated separately from the men, much in the way the blacks could not ride on the bus with the whites during the Segregation!
I am expected to leave and reenter in a timely manner separately from the RV.
If I dispute the mystery charge (which is charged separately from the travel on my cc), can they cancel my tickets?
Though an extra step, cooking the loin separately ensures that each part of the rabbit is cooked to perfection.
The download page allows you to download the dock separately from the full WinStep toolkit, so choose your download link accordingly.
Already, he had plans for a four-story temple and began the machinations to turn the ranch into a religious trust that would be funded separately from the United Effort Plan, the trust made up of all FLDS-owned land in Utah and Nevada.
That way, sentences for crimes against persons and crimes against property will be considered separately from the essentially political punishment of a voting ban.
Spacecraft data was stored on these tapes separately from the process whereby analog data from the spacecraft was converted into photographic film on Earth.
You are right that addressing information is transmitted separately from the text of the message; headers are read by clients and ignored by servers.
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