Dallas native Chris Harrison announced his separation from his wife of 18 years last May.
The ICJ ruled in 2004 that the separation barrier between Israel and the occupied West Bank was illegal, but it is still standing.
This respect is important even where there is separation of Church and state.
They would ponder the question and respond, “freedom of speech,” “separation church and state,” or “separation of powers.”
Murray is right to worry about that separation—even if his only use of his correct perception is to scold.
At last, when he was taken ill, she herself suggested a separation.
It was no separation—so long as like speech it was between them.
His adventures since his separation from the party were soon related.
There was none of the illusion of separation; he was always there, like Katie.
The growing doctrine of the separation of Church and state accentuated the breach between political and religious history.
c.1400, from Old French separacion (Modern French séparation), from Latin separationem (nominative separatio) noun of action from past participle stem of separare (see separate (v.)). Specific sense of "sundering of a married couple" is attested from c.1600. Sense in photography is from 1922. Separation of powers first recorded 1788, in "Federalist" (Hamilton), from French séparée de la puissance (Montesquieu, 1748). Separation anxiety first attested 1943.