dislink

dislink

(dɪsˈlɪŋk)
vb (tr)
to disunite
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In an interview with Dislink, DISCOP's house magazine, Hidayet Karaca, president of Samanyolu Broadcasting Group, one of Turkey's largest media companies, said that there can be up to 60 drama series a week on the air in Turkey, but many fail after just a few episodes.
Life was partially paralysed across the AJK as the state was virtually dislinked from the country by traditional road links due to complete blockage of almost all the entry points leading to all major cities including the capital town of Muzaffarabad, Mirpur, Kotli, Bhimbher and Rawalakot, Palandari by thousands of protesters.
The capital Muzaffarabad city was dislinked with scenic top Neelam and Leepa vallies after Muzaffarabad-Hattiyan Highway, Leepa-Muzaffarabad and Muzaffarabad-Neelam Road at Noseiri were
As Sedgwick suggests, "more can be said of performative speech acts than that they are ontologically dislinked or introversively nonreferential"; instead, one might better attend to the "necessarily 'aberrant'" relation of "the performative to its own reference: the torsion, the mutual perversion, as one might say, of reference and performativity" (7).
2), working-glass girls in the Prologue are linked in a circuit by holding hands, and then, as the electric current passes through all, are "dislinked" to shrieks of laughter.