But the costs of dissolution are prohibitive, for Europe and for the world.
Ambition, eros, family love and dissolution, fame, depression, resignation, satisfaction.
If any situation feels like a struggle, seek its dissolution.
And when writers divorce, the dissolution of their marriage becomes material for their next book.
Miller also filed three dissolution of marriage actions against Jeffrey Kessler in three counties of Colorado.
After the dissolution of the University of Wittenberg his father was transferred to Halle in 1815.
In such pressing danger of famine and the dissolution of the army, mutiny appeared almost inevitable.
It was again restored on the dissolution of the armed neutrality.
In the process of dissolution and reincarnation the band instruments had disappeared.
The Governor next endeavoured to obtain a coalition Ministry, but failed, and a dissolution was granted (April, 1909).
late 14c., "separation into parts," also "frivolity, moral laxness, dissolute living," from Old French dissolution (12c.) and directly from Latin dissolutionem (nominative dissolutio) "a dissolving, destroying, interruption, dissolution," noun of action from past participle stem of dissolvere (see dissolve).