dissolution

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dissolution

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

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Among many factors that govern the diffusive and dissolutive process of grape solutes during maceration, maceration length is arguably the primary factor chosen by the winemaker to modulate phenolic extraction.
The suggested deconstructivist roadmap will lead to the conclusion that the mythical (yet powerful) geopolitical divide that still characterises law's ontological, anthropological, and biopolitical signification in Civil and Common law (12) traditions notwithstanding the dissolutive dictum of the global order project, make the attempt to encapsulate Australian contract law within a constructivist 'corpus' juris in Hayekian terms inappropriate and dangerous.
These functions were conservative (the repositoiy of memories and perceptions), dissolutive (automatic and dissociative aspects that may interfere with normal functions), creative, and mythopoetic (or fictional fabrications of all sorts).