undetached

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But the tendency to rapid sinking in this substance was in the present instance materially counteracted by the other parts of the head remaining undetached from it, so that it sank very slowly and deliberately indeed, affording Queequeg a fair chance for performing his agile obstetrics on the run, as you may say.
Granted, world renowned designers can still be found in these stores, and it is not a completely undetached model from commercial retailers, but it definitely can attract a different type of customer to the likes of Topman or River Island on your main high streets.
The technical modification is based on a renal pelvis flap kept undetached from the ureteropelvic junction, and consequently from the ureter, until near completion of the new ureteropelvic anastomosis.
The main limitation in regard to the efficacy of this imaging modality is the detection of an undetached chondral lesion.
Such undetached residual films were barely observable in the ejected ABS micropart.
I think we are the first generation, which can look at it in an undetached way (in De Moor 1987).
But the tendency to rapid sinking in this substance was in the present instance materially counteracted by the other parts of the head remaining undetached from it, so that it sank very slowly and deliberately indeed, affording Queequeg a fair chance for performing his agile obstetrics on the run, as you may say.
In the end, Garff paints a riveting picture of someone with an extremely complex set of feelings and expectations, so problematically undetached from personal engagements, that the reader palpably senses the urge to draw from them a timeless, narrative significance.
Baldi argues that Ortese's flaneries, unlike those of Bandelaire, represent a more empathetic and undetached view of how cities in capitalist societies offer no "redeeming itineraries" (231) and oppress and defeat the powerless.
Pierre Bayle is the most forthright and systematic early modern proponent of the actual parts doctrine, the period's counterpart to the "doctrine of arbitrary undetached parts" familiar from current analytic mereology and metaphysics.
In these microsites the cyanobacteria develop beneath in situ, undetached, thin rock parts that are almost parallel to the rock surface.
In our experience, where blood does survive, it is usually found in step fractures, at the edge of undetached flakes or in other protected areas, and in quantities significantly less than must have been deposited during use.