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dissociate
used in Nineteen Minutes

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Definition
end association with

The expression:  "dissociate with" means to publicly state one is not associated with someone or something
  • Once, a client who'd been abused had dissociated so massively that Lacy was worried she would not be able to reach her again and bring her back in time to push.
    Part 1 (12% in)
  • No. I believe that he was in a dissociative state.
    Part 2 (61% in)
  • Do you mean that a person in a dissociative state could drive a car?
    Part 2 (61% in)
  • In your opinion, when did Peter slip into this dissociative state?
    Part 2 (61% in)
  • I pull up old files by accident on my computer all the time,' Jordan said, 'but I don't go into a dissociative state.
    Part 2 (62% in)
  • The email triggered a dissociative state, and when he went to Sterling High and fired shots, he was completely unaware of what he was doing.
    Part 2 (63% in)
  • How long can a dissociative state last?
    Part 2 (63% in)
  • Peter could have been dissociating for several hours.
    Part 2 (63% in)
  • In fact, I can't think of clearer proof that Peter was still dissociating at that moment.
    Part 2 (63% in)
  • In your opinion, when did Peter's dissociative state end?
    Part 2 (63% in)
  • I suppose it would be possible" 'You also said, Doctor, that reading an email the morning of March sixth is what put Peter into a dissociative state, one strong enough to last through Peter's entire killing spree at Sterling High-'
    Part 2 (67% in)
  • 'I thought Peter was in a dissociated state,' she said.
    Part 2 (68% in)
  • You also testified, Doctor, that this dissociative state of Peter's ended when Detective Ducharme began to ask him questions at the police station, correct?
    Part 2 (68% in)
  • Did you find any corroborative points that helped you diagnose the dissociative state Peter went into on March sixth?
    Part 2 (69% in)

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