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use "isolate" in a sentence

So they tend to isolate themselves, and don't have a support network."

We're gonna isolate those with fires," said Warren, referring to strikes.

We don't seek to isolate Russia as a matter of policy,"" Kerry said."

Maybe the answer is not to isolate them but rather include and embrace them.

"I had to learn to isolate those muscles, and then I had to make them flex repeatedly.

It is used in the West in order to try to mark our country, isolate our country, he said.

If you end up sick, we carry out a full risk assessment, isolate and monitor the individual.

We're going to isolate the leak, use a double culvert and contain the oil that's there, he said.

In this game of play-acting before the international community, India thinks it can isolate Pakistan.

Much work is being done in an effort to discover an isolate this substance.

Genetic engineering may someday allow scientists to isolate and treat specific genes responsible for a variety of illnesses.

In Canada, the original policy regarding the native peoples was to isolate them on segregated reserves, thus freeing most of the land for use by Europeans. tide

Ise Shrine was one of the first to isolate its kami from Buddhism.

Sapir (1971) classified it as an isolate within West Atlantic.

’ The Chitimacha spoke a dialect of the Tunica language, an isolate.

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