(1) Part of the disconnect , here, seems to be cultural.(2) Sometimes the disconnect between the editorial page and the real world is so vast I wonder whether we can ever agree about anything any more.(3) Always make sure you isolate and tag a motor before you disconnect it.(4) Hope against hope, at a certain point, becomes too searingly painful to watch, because the disconnect between the glimmer of hope and the inevitable grief is just too dissonant.(5) a disconnect message(6) Rites of passage, which disconnect ritual moments from the normal flow of life, break the passage of time, representing it as a constant replay of opposed movements.(7) Turn off and disconnect the power cord during an electrical storm.(8) My original gripe was with the lack of diversity and the total disconnect of the media with its public.(9) If your aircraft is intact after an event, and you need the data from the device, remove or disconnect the power plugs before applying any electrical power to the aircraft.(10) Perhaps the answer to the disconnect between stated parental goals and educational outcomes lies in the culture's traditional suspicion of education.(11) However, hydraulically driven attachments, such as augers, still require you to connect and disconnect hydraulic lines by hand.(12) When it comes to education and jobs, there's a real disconnect between what we talk about in Washington and what people are experiencing.(13) I read that I had to disconnect the monitor when I switched the computer on, for it to work.(14) The circulating nurse covers the patient with warm blankets and works with the anesthesia care provider to disconnect the monitoring devices.(15) So I think there is a little bit of a disconnect there.(16) I was still concerned enough to get up and disconnect my answering machine and computer, as I know people who have had their phone lines struck by lightning.