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adv.1.In a disjointed state.
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By Lemma 6 and Lemma 7 any consecutive interior vertices can only be swapped disjointly.
Just as Greet collected and preserved his samples of dialects, fragments of disjointly contemporaneous Americana, Lindsay "felt his poems profoundly and really lived them," as H.
Such a verse composition caters for both aspects most relevant to the translation faithfulness to the original and the careful transmission of the intended message--but treats them disjointly, each in its respective, designated place.