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The 'very private fella' [vi] is an identity assumed by a person who is deliberately and declaratively unjoined with others.
The lack of an edge between two nodes represents a conditional independence relationship between them, though not necessarily independence; for example, two unjoined variables might be dependent because they have a common neighbor or parent.
99) The Secretary moved to dismiss the suit on the basis that the United States was an indispensable but unjoined party.
Dead young boys are en-crypt-ed in adolescent girls' development, unjoined from childhood development while serving as site of cathexis and warning for the young female protagonists.
The body in parts, unjoined from itself, figures centrally for both McCullers and Morrison: in Member, Berenice has a missing eye; in Sula, Eva's leg is enigmatically lost or sacrificed (30-31).