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  • Disentangling which shareholders and bondholders should own which bit of a divided bank would be a nightmare.

    ECONOMIST: Banking reform

  • The two are usually connected, making difficult the disentangling of the two effects.

    FORBES: Keynes vs. Friedman at the Fed

  • Then we went to work disentangling and he came closer to help me.

    NEWYORKER: The Other Place

  • By disentangling classical liberalism from Utopian romanticism Bell suggests the path available to the GOP back to vitality — and victory.

    FORBES: How To Rescue The Republicans From The Grave Karl Rove Is Digging For Them

  • But Dr Bensimon's work has certainly made the task of disentangling tiny molecular structures less hair-raising than it used to be.

    ECONOMIST: Let’s get this straight

  • Disentangling the two relationships is impossible unless a third variable with the right statistical properties, a so-called instrument, can be found and exploited.

    ECONOMIST: Economics focus

  • They should improve the filters that, by disentangling the different wavelengths coming out of a waveguide, enable lots of messages to be sent simultaneously.

    ECONOMIST: New-age crystals

  • But linking the behavior of humans to their evolutionary past was fraught with perils, not least because of the difficulty of disentangling culture and biology.

    NEWYORKER: It Ain’t Necessarily So

  • The tailors who still work in and around London's Savile Row are experts at disentangling the military, medical and sporting threads that form the modern suit.

    ECONOMIST: Men's clothing

  • Some viewers have found themselves challenged by the intricate plot of this film, but anybody used to disentangling an entire bowl of noodles should have no problem.

    NEWYORKER: Infernal Affairs

  • This study takes an interesting approach to disentangling this attendance of lottery winners vs lottery losers after the lottery is decided, but while the students are still attending their original schools.

    FORBES: School Choice in the Long Run

  • The disentangling can perhaps be said to have started back in 1989, when the finance ministry rammed a consumption tax through parliament without first preparing the public for the change, a lapse that cost the Liberal Democratic Party its majority in the upper house.

    ECONOMIST: Reclaiming Japan from the bureaucrats

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