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disconnected

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj disconnected lacking orderly continuity "a confused set of instructions","a confused dream about the end of the world","disconnected fragments of a story","scattered thoughts"
    • adj disconnected not plugged in or connected to a power source "the iron is disconnected"
    • adj disconnected (music) marked by or composed of disconnected parts or sounds; cut short crisply "staccato applause","a staccato command","staccato notes"
    • adj disconnected marked by sudden changes in subject and sharp transitions "abrupt prose"
    • adj disconnected having been divided; having the unity destroyed "Congress...gave the impression of...a confusing sum of disconnected local forces"-Samuel Lubell","a league of disunited nations"- E.B.White","a fragmented coalition","a split group"
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: Charles Dodgson, also known as Lewis Carroll, wrote "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" after Alice Pleasance Liddell. It was to be believed he fell in love with her and asked the parents if he could some day marry her. The parents disconnected their friendship. Alice Liddell has 12 letters, as does the pen name Lewis Carroll. It's a coincidence he uses 2 r's where the 2 d's are, as with the 2 L's.
    • p.adj Disconnected separated: loosely united, as of a discourse
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Usage

In literature:

NECT: connect' (-ion, -ive); disconnect' (-ion).
"New Word-Analysis" by William Swinton
The reason a pun amuses you is as follows: 'It impels the mind to identify objects quite disconnected.
"Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 159, November 17, 1920" by Various
Disconnect it and bring it in here.
"Curlie Carson Listens In" by Roy J. Snell
I shall put it down here in my own way, for Aunt Theresa told a story rather disconnectedly.
"Six to Sixteen" by Juliana Horatia Ewing
We see the objects themselves, disconnected from the associations of the spectator.
"The Knickerbocker, or New-York Monthly Magazine, January 1844" by Various
I'm afraid I write very disconnected letters.
"Set in Silver" by Charles Norris Williamson and Alice Muriel Williamson
The most peculiar and disconnected sensations then passed through my mind.
"Born Again" by Alfred Lawson
Doc listened as they wrangled over the wording of the message to Earth, feeling disconnected from it.
"Badge of Infamy" by Lester del Rey
Shall I disconnect the propellers and turn on the repulsion?
"A Honeymoon in Space" by George Griffith
Among the rusted tools was a "Stillson," and with this Roy disconnected the exhaust pipe from the engine.
"Tom Slade at Temple Camp" by Percy K. Fitzhugh
It was a vague, poetic rhapsody, disconnected in thought, and made slight impression on Milly.
"One Woman's Life" by Robert Herrick
My language is wild and disconnected, I fancy, like that of the early Norse poets.
"Cape Cod Folks" by Sarah P. McLean Greene
Then as they held him back he began to talk in a rapid disconnected way.
"Quicksilver" by George Manville Fenn
It was cold, dull, disconnected, and verbose.
"Comic History of the United States" by Bill Nye
All sending apparatus of our instrument room was permanently disconnected.
"Tarrano the Conqueror" by Raymond King Cummings
When boiling, the flask is disconnected, 50 c.c.
"The Handbook of Soap Manufacture" by W. H. Simmons
Only a disconnected word reached her now and then.
"The Hot Swamp" by R.M. Ballantyne
They spoke in a disconnected way, and looked about in a dazed condition, alternating hysterical laughter with abundant tears.
"Across Unknown South America" by Arnold Henry Savage Landor
It was in fact a period of transition and of individual and disconnected experiments.
"John Lyly" by John Dover Wilson
Dash: a short disconnected streak or mark.
"Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology" by John. B. Smith
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In news:

MMM > News > Between patients and pharmas online, a disconnect .
Disconnect between Bartlett and his campaign irk Delaney camp.
The disconnect with company culture.
The Cast and Crew of ' Disconnect '.
From guerrilla filmmaking to not wearing makeup on the set, Paula Patton, Jason Bateman and Frank Grillo praise their Disconnect director Henry Alex Rubin.
' Disconnect, ' 'Seven Psychopaths' Premieres.
Disconnect for state's Democrats.
Filmauro takes ' Disconnect ' for Italy: Drama preeming at Venice, TIFF.
Filmauro takes ' Disconnect ' for Italy.
Herbert Graves on Romney's Disconnect with Working America The Nation.
Myasthenia gravis, a nerve-muscle disconnect .
Mueller Systems Enables Utilities to Remotely Connect, Disconnect Water Services.
It's the disconnect between Wall Street's valuation of cable stocks, say the nation's largest cable operators, and their actual performance.
Dustin Pedroia, Big Papi and others, the Red Sox never seemed so strangely disconnected from the reality of an increasingly desperate situation.
I have done this in the past, and was able to disconnect my Internet and cable but leave my phone service on.
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In science:

In addition, a component can be dynamically connected to, and disconnected from a slot.
Component Programming and Interoperability in Constraint Solver Design
This program uses disconnected domains and a variable-oriented propagation scheme as in GNU Prolog.
Component Programming and Interoperability in Constraint Solver Design
Notice that for p(n) ≪ log n/n the graph G(n, p) is a.s. disconnected, and therefore the support of the first eigenvector will be at most as large as the size of its largest connected component.
THe largest eigenvalue of sparse random graphs
This event is seemingly disconnected from the physics of helium clusters.
Helium nanodroplets and trapped Bose-Einstein condensates as prototypes of finite quantum fluids
Such cuts disconnect the strip in two subsystems and the correlation function is thus vanishing for larger distances for the corresponding realisations, inducing a discontinuity of Gσ (τ ).
Quenched bond dilution in two-dimensional Potts models
Hence the entropy density of blocked configurations is simply the number of disconnected clusters of the graph times log(2).
Metastable configurations of spin models on random graphs
Below the percolation threshold of the graph c = 1 blocked states are typically not magnetised since the graph consists of many small disconnected clusters: flipping all spins of such a cluster leads from one blocked configuration to another.
Metastable configurations of spin models on random graphs
Using fracture lines, one can disconnect the central part, whose tilings give rise to a trivial lattice (see Figure 17 (a)).
An algorithm to generate exactly once every tiling with lozenges of a domain
Proof: Since the spaces (PK ′, TK ′ ), K ′ |K finite, are totally disconnected Hausdorff spaces, the same is true for their inverse limit.
On Cebotarev sets
Finally we show that the Alexandroff-compactification P ¯K ∪ {ω} is totally disconnected.
On Cebotarev sets
Then the completion ( ˆX, ˆU) of X equipped with the uniformity U = Uoc is a profinite space, i.e. it is compact and total ly disconnected.
On Cebotarev sets
Proof: From proposition 4.1 it follows that ( ˆX, ˆU) = β (X, T ) and the compact space β (X, T ) is totally disconnected, see IX.6 exercise 1(b).
On Cebotarev sets
Corollary 8.8 Let M, C be as in the theorem, but with possibly disconnected fusion graph.
From Subfactors to Categories and Topology II. The quantum double of tensor categories and subfactors
The magnetization, the disconnected susceptibility, the susceptibility and a specific heat-like quantity are calculated.
Critical exponents of four-dimensional random-field Ising systems
An alternative approach14,15 leads to the consequence that θ is not independent but related to the exponent η describing the divergence of the (disconnected) susceptibility via θ = 2 − η .
Critical exponents of four-dimensional random-field Ising systems
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