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dissolution

A termination,as of an agreement,contract,corporation,or partnership.

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They redeem his nature from the subjection of time and space; he is no longer a "puny insect shivering at a breeze"; he is the glory of creation, formed to occupy all time and all extent; bounded, during his residence upon earth, only to the boundaries of the world, and destined to life and immortality in brighter regions, when the fabric of nature itself shall dissolve and perish.
The original grounds of their separation from the Church of England were not objects of a magnitude to dissolve the bonds of communion, much less those of charity, between Christian brethren of the same essential principles.
1 : to become part of a liquid <Sugar dissolves in water.
This chemical mixture of water and cyanide dissolves the gold again, separating it from the other elements in the ore.
In warm water, oxygen-consuming microbes thrive and less oxygen dissolves.
The inoculant pellet properly dissolves and, along with the filter, helps remove non-metallic material from the metal.
The British artist, despite his daring use of evanescent glazes and misty dissolves, clearly belongs to the traditional past.
CIMA formulates a pharmaceutical company's active drug ingredient into a new, orally disintegrating dosage form that dissolves quickly in the mouth without chewing or the need for water.
Heat in microwave oven on high power 1 1/4 to 1 1/2 minutes, stirring once until gelatin dissolves.
Very little of this granite dissolves into the water.
The enteric coating dissolves when the beadlets empty into the small intestine, the site of drug absorption.
Bertolt Brecht warned many years ago that the despot who dissolves parliament one day may dissolve the people the next.