Definitions for "Dissolution"
The act of dissolving, sundering, or separating into component parts; separation.
Change from a solid to a fluid state; solution by heat or moisture; liquefaction; melting.
The dispersion of an assembly by terminating its sessions; the breaking up of a partnership.
Dissolution of minerals in water means that water separates and surrounds each mineral component (atoms or molecules) and holds them in solution.
a void space or cavity in or between rocks that resulted from solution of part of the rock material.
A form of chemical weathering in which water molecules, sometimes in combination with acid or another compound in the environment, attract and remove oppositely charged ions or ion groups from a mineral or rock.
Henry VIII's abolition of Roman Catholicism and the taking of Church land into the Crown. Domesday Book: strictly speaking, only the EXCHEQUER DOMESDAY OR GREAT DOMESDAY, but this is often termed Volume I, LITTLE DOMESDAY being Volume II; the final product of the DOMESDAY INQUEST. Domesday inquest: the inquiry started in January 1086, in which England was divided into CIRCUITS surveyed by sets of COMMISSIONERS whose returns, after checking and at least two stages of abbreviation, became the EXCHEQUER DOMESDAY.
Keywords:  hexad, byers, richard, fantasy, lee
Dissolution is a fantasy novel by Richard Lee Byers. It is the first book of the War of the Spider Queen hexad.
The idea put forth by Hughlings-Jackson that lesions to higher brain centers cause a reversal of the evolutionary development of hierarchical organization within the nervous system. This would account for the fact that lesions to higher centers of the nervous system often result in the release of primitive behaviors (e.g., reflexes) that were previously under the control of those centers.
The process of shutting down a corporation and settling its affairs in the course of bringing it to an end.
The process of shutting down a corporation, settling its affairs, and ending its life.
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Keywords:  indulgence, sensual, pleasure
dissolute indulgence in sensual pleasure
Keywords:  putrefaction, see
See: Putrefaction
The cancellation of a contract by the parties, with the effect of nullifying the effect of the contract as though it never existed.
A school district ceases to exist.
Dissolution is the canceling of a contract by those involved effectively making the terms of the contract as though they never existed.
Corruption of morals; dissipation; dissoluteness.
a grammatical category in visual language where the tension of the predication is relieved
The extinction of life in the human body; separation of the soul from the body; death.
Destruction of anything by the separation of its parts; ruin.
separation into component parts
Describes an adoption that fails after finalization, resulting in the child's legal custody reverting back to the agency or court that made the original placement and the child returning to foster parents and/or to other adoptive parents.
a homogenous mixture (identical composition and properties in all To lower Work (To unload) Frozen
The winding up of a company by way of compulsory liquidation or voluntary liquidation.
Change of form by chemical agency; decomposition; resolution.
Deterioration in an organism such that its original structure cannot be determined from its current state.
Keywords:  decides, forced, business, company
When a company decides or is forced to go out of business.