"During the demolition, a large section of debris protection material became detached from one
of the cooling towers and made contact with our 33kV overhead line, which was outside of the advised perimeter.
Crew members felt an "unusual vibration" at around 2,500ft which was later found to be caused by a lightning protection bonding strip and cable fairing becoming detached from one
of the rotor blades.
AVIATION: A bonding strip and cable fairing detached from one
of the tail rotor blades.
Ella Murray, 70, was hit by the crane support which had become detached from one
of the company's lorries - and died four days later.
Coleen says YOU sound physically and emotionally detached from one
The two displays can also be detached from one
another, allowing people to start using either one of them as tablets.
First, despite our Facebook and Twitter fetishes, Americans have never been more detached from one
another, or lonelier.
Quoted in Sunday newspapers, Collins said: "No disrespect to the other Scottish teams, but they're not clever enough players or quick enough thinkers to punish us when we do become detached from one
"The locomotives became detached from one
another, the second mounting the northbound platform and causing damage to the station.
There's one illusion where her head, hands and legs all seem detached from one
another but you'll never know why.
All these notions indicate that politics and the office of the President could not be detached from one
fore-closed) might not "connect" and might be distant or detached from one
By now, Leipzig's Hochschule fur Grafik und Buchkunst's prize pupil's signature style is well known: the exquisite painterly composition of scenes that refuse to cohere in space or time; busy details that open out into echoing voids; recurrent characters or archetypes (the worker, the farmer, the soldier) that seem utterly detached from one
another; drab or lurid color applied in a manner ranging from grand to stolid to whimsical all on the same canvas; and an imposing catalogue of influences (Bruegel, Delacroix, David, Max Beckmann, Max Ernst, Balthus, Sigmar Polke, Gerhard Richter, Martin Kippenberger) overridden by a Soviet-era socialist realism perhaps too readily dismissed as merely ironic.
Under commonhold rules, flats or offices - which may be on different floors in the same building or detached from one
another - are subdivided into freehold units.