disentrainment

disentrainment

(ˌdɪsɪnˈtreɪnmənt)
n
(Military) the act of discharging troops from a train
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Vertical disentrainment of Anabaena ircinalis in the turbid, freshwater Darling River, Australia: quantifying potential benefits from buoyancy.
The quasi-anonymity and temporal disentrainment of the (asynchronous) electronic medium may contribute to the occurrence of linguistic acts of hybridity that would not be possible typically to the same degree in face-to-face interactions.
Above the fluidized-bed, vessel cross-section increases to provide an expanded freeboard which allows adequate residence time for the reaction and disentrainment of larger particles from the gas stream.