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education is further disentangled across the boundary of K-12 and higher education.
Backer, Kranz, and Slager formed high-strength polyethylene films or tapes by skiving a block of disentangled chains.
Contributors particularly note that questions of memory, heritage, identity, and culture are interwoven at local, ethnic, national, and global levels and are not easily disentangled.
They disentangled me from my tri-walker and lifted me to my feet.
The plots and subplots have been disentangled, their chronology sorted, their characters' motives clarified, and their language simplified, but Timson's careful synopses seamlessly incorporate so much of the imagery and so many of Shakespeare's lines and soliloquies from actual performances by leading actors into the kid-friendly framework that the stories retain a distinctly Shakespearean flavor.
What in one viewing looked like Americanized pieces of Cartier-Bresson poetic doubling in another couldn't be disentangled from a set of densely stratified spatial and perceptual conundrums that at once posit the transparency of photography and question it at every level.