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The next day, the same — a blurry dissociation, a pain between my eyes.
Generally, hypersonic speeds are the point at which the molecules of air that surround the aircraft start to change by breaking apart (dissociation) and/or picking up electrical charge (ionization).
With a large population and small force, some dissociation is likely inevitable, yet the abdication of both knowledge and culpability in America today is shocking.
The dissociation from war could pose a striking challenge to democratic norms.
Dissociation is an athletic department's way of distancing itself from or cutting ties with former coaches, players, administrators, boosters or others who may be under NCAA scrutiny or who put the university at risk.
But what if chemists stopped trying to eliminate the dissociation effect and embraced their inner shaman?
In PTSD treatment, this self-defense mechanism can make therapy more difficult and even dangerous: The only way to overcome a trauma is to confront unresolved emotions, but clumsy attempts to do so can trigger further dissociation.
In Search Of and books on UFOs were commonplace, but the undercurrent was a kind of spiritual dissociation.
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