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Not separated or divided.‘five heads of garlic, three unseparated and two separated into cloves’
- ‘During conventional electrophoresis, molecules larger than 50 kb have essentially the same motility and remain unseparated.’
- ‘It would thus amount to re-use of a waste material, which lies higher up the waste hierarchy than the disposal of unseparated waste by landfill as practised locally at exhausted mineral workings.’
- ‘It seems that the foot-and-mouth outbreak in England has been traced to cheap, unseparated (ie meat mixed with vegetables and roots) swill.’
- ‘Both cause a defect in cell separation that can be seen microscopically as large clusters of unseparated cells.’
- ‘James then turned the envelope over to the back and started unsealing the last bit of the unseparated paper.’
- ‘Mind and body, outside and inside, substance and phenomena: these pairs are neither dualistic nor opposed, but form one unseparated whole.’
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