Separation

Separation may refer to:

  • Separation (United States military), the process by which a service member leaves active duty
  • Separation (air traffic control), rules to minimise the risk of collision between aircraft in flight
  • Separation mastering, in music recording

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Famous quotes containing the word separation:

    Like sleep disturbances, some worries at separation can be expected in the second year. If you accept this, then you will avoid reacting to this anxiety as if it’s your fault. A mother who feels guilty will appear anxious to the child, as if to affirm the child’s anxiety. By contrast, a parent who understands that separation anxiety is normal is more likely to react in a way that soothes and reassures the child.
    Cathy Rindner Tempelsman (20th century)

    ... the separation of church and state means separation—absolute and eternal—or it means nothing.
    Agnes E. Meyer (1887–1970)

    Reunion after long separation is even better than one’s wedding night.
    Chinese proverb.