isolative

isolative

(ˈaɪsəˌleɪtɪv; ˈaɪsələtɪv)
adj
1. (Linguistics) (of a sound change) occurring in all linguistic environments, as the change of Middle English /iː/ to Modern English /aɪ/, as in time. Compare combinative2
2. of, relating to, or concerned with isolation
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145) These violations can cause inmate-patients to regress in treatment and, in some circumstances, to be placed in increasingly isolative settings and conditions within the facility.
Lightweight SABIC KONDUIT electrically isolative compounds, which can be injection molded, also offer greater design freedom than aluminum.
The Kurdish Globe By Behrooz Shojai The prisoners are a motley crowd of KCK, PKK and BDP functionaries, who demand introduction of Kurdish to the education system, legal use of Kurdish in courts and finally removing isolative restrictions on the imprisoned PKK-leader Abdullah A'calan.
In case the coffee shops offer private cabins, the height of such facilities should not exceed one metre and should use transparent materials or glass for setting up isolative cabins, said the decision.
Common warning signs are feelings of anxiety, depression, anger, irritation, and isolative behaviors--the act of (or the desire to be) picking fights with those close to them or strangers; hearing news about current combat missions; or being around those who "never served.
Signs indicating that a colleague may be impaired include: frequent changes in jobs, a preference for off shifts where there is less direct supervision and more access to medication, pinpoint pupils or glassy eyes, frequent bathroom breaks or time unaccounted for, smell of alcohol or excessive use of breath mints/mouthwash, falling asleep during meetings, difficulty focusing on work, history of chronic pain or recent injury or surgery, often volunteers to administer narcotics for coworker's patients, their own patients complain of inadequate pain relief, incomplete/missing documentation, pattern of practice errors, volunteers for overtime/extra shifts, moody, isolative, alternately high strung or lethargic and is having significant family problems.
Classrooms that are cold, hostile, stressful, and isolative, are not conducive to the best learning climate for students of color (Gay, 2000; Ware, 2006).
In addition, for image processing, in generally, isolative wavelet transform core is used.
Employees with online sexual addictions also can exhibit poor concentration, leading to errors and omissions that can be quite costly Such workers can be preoccupied, irritable, and isolative.
seclusion, restraint); paranoid delusions; verbal aggression/attacks on objects; disinhibited, impulsive behaviors; internal preoccupation; anxiety; and depressed, isolative behavior.
prevent some of the trauma, pathology, and discrimination adolescents endure during an already isolative process" (Striepe & Tolman, 2003, p.