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Dissolve

To terminate; abrogate; cancel; annul; disintegrate. To release or unloose the binding force of anything.

The dissolution of something is the act of disorganizing or disuniting it, as in marriage, contracts, or corporations.

dissolve

(Disperse), verb atomize, decompose, diffuse, disintegrate, dispel, dissipate, dissolvere, evanesce, intersperse, liquefacere, melt away, radiate, scatter, spread

dissolve

(Separate), verb break apart, break up, demobilize, detach, disband, disconnect, disjoin, dismantle, dispart, dissever, dissociate, divide, divorce, part, set asunder, sever, split up, sunder, take apart, uncouple, undo

dissolve

(Terminate), verb abort, abrogate, break up, bring to an end, bring to conclusion, call off, cancel, cease, conclude, desist, destroy, disband, discontinue, dispose of, draw to a close, efface, effect a dissolution, end, erase, finish, halt, neutralize, nullify, obliterate, quash, render inert, revoke, split up, stop, undo, vitiate, wipe out
Associated concepts: dissolving an injunction
Foreign phrases: Eddem modo quo quid constituitur, dissolvitur.Anything is dissolved in the same manner in which it is made binding.
See also: abandon, abate, abolish, abrogate, annul, cancel, degenerate, destroy, disappear, discharge, discontinue, disintegrate, disorganize, dispel, disperse, dissipate, efface, eliminate, eradicate, erode, extinguish, extirpate, interrupt, nullify, obliterate, part, quash, recess, renege, repudiate, rescind, revoke, separate, sever
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Experiments to determine the toxicity of commercially available dishwashing liquids (Palmolive [R], Dawn[R] and Joy[R]) and household cleaners (409[R], Fantastik[R], Fantastik[R] Orange, Dawn[R] Power Dissolver, and Greased Lightning[R]) against cockroaches were conducted with two application techniques, spray and immersion.
Conventional processes are carried out discontinuously on a combination of an internal mixer with a single-screw extruder or on a dissolver with gear pump.
In the glues preparation department, where the patient worked from October 2001 to March 2002, exposure to n-hexane and toluene was presumably more direct because of the nature of his duties: He prepared coloring mixtures containing rubber, hydrocarbonic resin of toluene, and n-hexane in a closed production cycle, and he opened dissolver machines 5 times/day to determine if the tanks were empty.
50 g of coating are stirred at 3000 rpm for 1 minute by a 3 cm dissolver blade.
a sugar dissolver within the group's production process.
APPLICATION: This research outlines how pulp producers can achieve goals including low ash pulp, low dichloromethane (DCM) pulp, or elimination of talc from their process, through use of the proprietary pitch dissolver dispersant tested.
In clinical trials to date, alfimeprase has shown potential as an easily administered, rapid acting clot dissolver with a favorable safety profile and attractive dosing schedule.
It is a thrombolytic agent or blood clot dissolver that is intended to directly degrade fibrin when delivered through a catheter at the site of a blood clot.
Hamlet insults Ophelia [because she is] a potential dissolver of gentle families," meaning that his own blood would become bad in her, as that of Gertrude is doing from mixing with Claudius'.
Major part of the machinery has to be imported, which will consist of electrolytic system (comprising cells, transfer and concentrate equipments), salt refining equipment, steel dissolver, condensers, absorber, HCL synthesis tower, liquefied and control panels.
3 kilograms of uranium in each procedure to prevent a criticality accident, but the amount to be put into the dissolver is controlled manually and by observing the concentration of uranium as the solution is prepared, they said.