- v part; cease or break association with
- v separate at the joints
disjoint the chicken before cooking it
- v make disjoint, separated, or disconnected; undo the joining of
- v become separated, disconnected or disjoint
- s having no elements in common
- Said Lonardi: "If anyone had deliberately proposed to disjoint the economy and wreck its finances, he could not have done it with more perfection.
- A President may, but a Postmaster General may not, disjoint the noses of too many local party followers.
- He sneezed in Washington and caused the driver of the auto to disjoint his neck.
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- Lies, deceit, and hypocrisy
One single paragraph from one of the many court documents (via!) in the ongoing legal battle between Apple and Samsung. One single paragraph that not only perfectly highlights the hypocrisy of technology companies, but also the complete and utter disjoint between a technology company's legal, marketing, and engineering departments. Contrary to the image it has cultivated in the popular press ...
May 7, 2014 - OSNews