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Isolated

Meanings and phrases

isolated

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adj.
  1. not close together in time; stray
  2. being or feeling set or kept apart from others; - Sherwood Anderson; detached; separated; set-apart
  3. marked by separation of or from usually contiguous elements; - Scientific Monthly; disjunct
  4. remote and separate physically or socially; - W.H.Hudson; apart; obscure
  5. cut off or left behind; marooned; stranded
  6. under forced isolation especially for health reasons; quarantined

first isolated

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E.g.
  • Vulpinic was first isolated from lichens in 1925.
  • Cocaine was first isolated from the leaves in 1860.
  • DNA was first isolated by Friedrich Miescher in 1869.

isolated from soil

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E.g.
  • "Terrilactibacillus laevilacticus" has been isolated from soil in Thailand.
  • "Streptohalobacillus salinus" has been isolated from soil from the Qaidam Basin in China
  • Janibacter terrae Janibacter terrae is a bacterium from the genus of "Janibacter" which has been isolated from soil in Korea.

isolated populations

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E.g.
  • There are also isolated populations in southern China west through Yunnan.
  • The Blue Mountains doubletail grows in isolated populations in the Blue Mountains.
  • Remaining populations survive in isolated populations, mostly in headwater streams above natural downstream barriers.

more isolated

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E.g.
  • Convents tended to be more isolated and less centrally controlled.
  • Some are quite close to each other, while others tend to be more isolated.
  • However, more isolated political movements have also adopted a collectivistic framework.

isolated areas

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Only a few Protestant villages remained in isolated areas.
  • The oil brought new wealth and new people to the most isolated areas.
  • Invariably these are built in isolated areas, with heavily fortified defenses.

relatively isolated

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • They were relatively isolated from slaves and worked to preserve their free status.
  • For most of his time in the mountains, he worked alone and was relatively isolated.
  • It lies to the northeast of the crater Harding, but is otherwise relatively isolated.

isolated location

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E.g.
  • Wanapan lies in a very isolated location in Suriname.
  • A major problem for Signal was getting freight to the isolated location.
  • Because of its somewhat isolated location, the LaBelle post office was discontinued in 1914.

few isolated

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E.g.
  • An extremely rare disease of which only a few isolated cases are known.
  • In a few isolated sections of Europe, a rather savage male combat dance survives.
  • West of Camelford station are a few isolated dwellings and the village of Delabole.

most isolated

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E.g.
  • The oil brought new wealth and new people to the most isolated areas.
  • And in many countries, the poorest, most isolated groups are being left behind.
  • It remained for long time one of the most isolated village in the province of Bologna.

geographically isolated

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E.g.
  • The Eastern Apoi tribe is small and geographically isolated.
  • The district is geographically isolated from the capital of Logar.
  • It is geographically isolated, occurring only in Zambia’s South Luangwa Valley.

isolated from other

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Viruses in this group have been isolated from other cases of encephalitis, diarrhoea and sewage.
  • The VPC can be configured on demand and allows one VPC user to be isolated from other VPC users.
  • This mountain range is completely isolated from other mountain areas and is surrounded by lower lying land.

isolated population

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • There is also an isolated population on the Atherton Tableland.
  • Just one isolated population near Mud River farm is about miles from the coast.
  • The paisas have been considered an isolated population, and therefore different.

isolated communities

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E.g.
  • The isolated communities are often culturally and linguistically diverse.
  • His zealous followers, also persecuted, formed isolated communities in Tigray.
  • Today, the situation has quieted but the tension remains, especially in very isolated communities.

became isolated

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E.g.
  • Under attack, the men at the point became isolated, and some were captured.
  • Marine organisms on both sides of the isthmus became isolated and either diverged or went extinct.
  • The town became isolated when the Great Northern Highway was cut to the south and east of the town.

increasingly isolated

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • In addition to his alcoholism, Chapman became increasingly isolated, suffering from loneliness and depression.
  • His influence and moral authority for the West diminished as he became increasingly isolated and critical of Western individualism.
  • Although he continued to be lauded for his work, Einstein became increasingly isolated in his research, and his efforts were ultimately unsuccessful.

isolated area

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E.g.
  • VT 315 proceeds to the east, running through a generally isolated area, and ending at VT 30 in East Rupert.
  • It lies in an isolated area south of Lac de Mauvoisin at an altitude of 2,462 metres, at the foot of Pointe d'Otemma.
  • Because of this isolated area along the southern edge of the Tsaus Plateau they called this species Lithops hermetica.

completely isolated

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Japan was not completely isolated under the "sakoku" policy.
  • The Housemates are completely isolated from the outside world.
  • Vanikoro became completely isolated.

not isolated

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E.g.
  • The plutonium experiments were not isolated events.
  • The people of Tsankawi were not isolated.
  • This practice was not isolated and many new converts to Islam used it in Medina.

isolated island

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • This has been evidenced in numerous instances, in isolated island populations.
  • Kalsoy, like Svínoy, is a comparatively isolated island, in that no bridge, tunnel, or causeway links to it.
  • Svínoy like Kalsoy is a comparatively isolated island, in that there are no bridge, tunnel or causeway links to it.
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