separate off

  1. partition by means of a divider, such as a screen
    screen off this part of the room
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  • From the vein that passes through the liver two branches separate off, of which one terminates in the diaphragm or so-called midriff, and the other runs up again through the armpit into the right arm and unites with the other veins at the inside of the bend of the arm; and it is in consequence of this local connexion that, when the surgeon opens this vein in the forearm, the patient is relieved of certain pains in the liver; and from the left-hand side of it there extends a short but thick vein to the spleen and the little veins branching off it disappear in that organ. The History of Animals
  • Separate off the top of the cream and use it to make butter.
  • If the house you are buying is on the threshold of stamp duty, make an offer excluding fixtures and fittings to keep the price below the threshold, and make a separate offer for these.
  • Separate off the top of the cream and use it to make butter.
  • Burton was also sentenced to 18 months for a separate offence of unlawfully taking a car, and one month for driving while disqualified, to be concurrent with the major penalty.
  • In 1991, a separate office within the Ocean Service of NOAA was retitled the Coast and Geodetic Survey.
  • There is no separate offence for tailgating. Times, Sunday Times
  • Separate off the top of the cream and use it to make butter.
  • The court heard she continued to peddle heroin after her arrest, and was on a conditional discharge and probation for two separate offences of shoplifting during the drug crimes.
  • Separate offices for quiet work are a rare commodity.
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