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- v. Present participle of unjoin.
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It is older than sex, older than that joining and unjoining then joining to become a third: different, new.
She told him once, it's funny that your work deals with the making up contracts, but my work is all about their unjoining.
/P PJust to make sure, I try unjoining his PC from the domain, and then logging in back under his old credentials, but I still couldn't copy the files.