Noun(1) avoiding emotional involvement(2) the act of releasing from an attachment or connection(3) the state of being isolated or detached(4) a small unit of troops of special composition(5) coming apart
(1) Blunt injury to the eyeball tends to be less dangerous, but, if severe, may cause rupture and collapse of the globe, loss of contents and detachment of the retina.(2) For the thinking designer, cool detachment seems to be the only note that can be struck with any conviction.(3) he felt a sense of detachment from what was going on(4) Among the Aeromonas spp. tested in this study, cell detachment and shrinkage were observed as cytopathic change.(5) Thiessen said hundreds of grow-ops are currently under surveillance by the detachment 's dedicated pot-busting five-man unit.(6) The detachment accomplished its objective with no casualties, returning on May 26, 1883.(7) If the vitreous is exceptionally adherent to a weak point on the retina, a tear, hole, or detachment may develop.(8) Interlinked systems of predominantly sinistral detachment faults are developed lying parallel to or at low angles to bedding.(9) Application of pressures above - 25 mm Hg resulted in detachment of the aspirated projection forming a separate vesicle.(10) Paradoxically, by presenting events with cool detachment even during moments of great danger, audience involvement becomes more and more intense.(11) While he says he thoroughly enjoyed working with members at the detachment , especially those who worked for him in Highway Patrol, he says there are aspects of the job he definitely won't miss.(12) A second form of retinal detachment may develop when new blood vessels grow on the surface of the retina.(13) But attitudes of detachment and objectivity are as necessary to the work of the pathology laboratory as sympathy and compassion are to the conduct of a funeral service.(14) U.S. Central Command sent a detachment of the Army's 3rd Infantry Division to control the facility's gate.(15) The epistemological ideals of clarity, detachment and objectivity have silenced nature's voice.(16) The process of abortion, consists of two parts, detachment and expulsion; but these do not always bear an uniform relation to each other, in their duration or severity.
(1) detachment :: datodiad
2. unit ::
5. withdrawal ::
7. separation ::
1. bias ::
2. favor ::
3. prejudice ::
Different Formsdetachment, detachments
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