separately, a recent study called The OpEd Project found that men are writing the majority of opinion columns in the media.
Instead, according to the two U.S. intelligence sources who separately gave me the detailed account, he seemed relieved.
Or watch and listen while a horn player explains how the horn parts work together and separately in a particular passage.
separately, in the Jericho area, Israeli forces told eight families in Ein al-Hilweh to demolish their homes.
The U.S. appears to be somewhat more tolerant of the pieces just sitting there, separately.
It is not enough to maintain us separately, so we must all live together.
But still they are dealt with separately in Scripture, and I follow the guidance.
So we rose up and called on Miggles in chorus; then separately.
The children from three or four of the schools marched in separately.
The other two will follow you at an equal distance, together or separately.
"detached, kept apart," c.1600, from separate (v.) or from Latin separatus. Separate but equal in reference to U.S. segregation policies on railroads is attested from 1888. Separate development, official name of apartheid in South Africa, is from 1955. Related: Separately (1550s); separateness.
Frequently the colored coach is little better than a cattle car. Generally one half the smoking car is reserved for the colored car. Often only a cloth curtain or partition run half way up separates this so-called colored car from the smoke, obscene language, and foul air of the smokers' half of the car. All classes and conditions of colored humanity, from the most cultured and refined to the most degraded and filthy, without regard to sex, good breeding or ability to pay for better accommodation, are crowded into this separate, but equal (?) half car. [Rev. Norman B. Wood, "The White Side of a Black Subject," 1897]