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Disentangling the truth in Birmingham from a Tory civil war will not be easy, especially with the No 10 spin machine in overdrive to divert attention away from the backbiting between the Education Secretary and Home Secretary.
Because MeHg and PUFA can influence the same health end points, disentangling risk and benefit can be challenging.
Krista Schwarz, University of Pennsylvania, "Mind the Gap: Disentangling Credit and Liquidity in Risk Spreads"
Scientists have taken a major step towards repairing severed spinal cords by disentangling a knotty re-wiring problem.
The poet figure in the poetry of Wallace Stevens; disentangling the multiplicity of selves.
Efforts to understand the effectiveness of the COO position need to be sensitive to disentangling causes for performance that should be attributed to the COO's efforts, the structure itself or a poor implementation.
Agency staff came in and worked very hard on disentangling fishing lines from branches of trees on a couple of islands in the pool that were endangering birdlife.
Students donned snorkel gear and spent the days disentangling turtles from the capture nets surrounding their boat.
Serulnikov does a masterful job of disentangling the complex alliances and counter-alliances in the countryside and the administrative capitals of La Plata (today Sucre) and Buenos Aires, showing how different elites used "counterin-surgency discourse" to discredit the other side's motives and actions.
But a similar opportunity is now available to those of us who understand the real solution: restoring constitutional government at home and disentangling our nation from the UN and its affiliates abroad.
As Tom McIntosh makes clear in his opening chapter, restructuring Canadian labour market policy is inherently complicated by the fact that it involves the disentangling of federal and provincial jurisdiction of the programs of unemployment benefit, income support, social assistance, training, and education.
Analyses of metal concentrations in other Bolivian lakes will also prove crucial in disentangling the origins of silver production, Abbott says.