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un·joint

 (ŭn-joint′)
tr.v. un·joint·ed, un·joint·ing, un·joints
To dislocate a joint of; disjoint.

unjoint

(ʌnˈdʒɔɪnt)
vb (tr)
1. (Anatomy) to disjoint or dislocate (something)
2. archaic poetic to separate or divide (something previously united or whole)
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And gluttonous death will instantly unjoint My body, and soul, and I shall sleep a space, But my'ever-waking part shall see that face, Whose fear already shakes my every joint.
Advenant une anomalie, qui consiste le plus souvent en unjoint de cable defectueux, Hydro-Quebec imposera une restriction sur le puits d'acces.
France, although not as systematically, has moved to fully joint war college training and has had an integrated procurement executive, an area where the United States remains extraordinarily unjoint, since the early 1960s.