The securities laws now provide that a firm must segregate its customers' moneys and hold them in a separate client account.
One of the key principles in corporate governance practice is to properly segregate the powers for decision-making, execution and independent monitoring and challenge.
Our data suggest that this difference in tertiary structure alone will segregate these membrane proteins into two different diffusion classes as well.
Schools in Dundee are already beginning to segregate pupils by gender for PE classes, a practice which was phased out after the Second World War.
the gene pairs segregate at reduction division
The fragmentation of groups by government and police enable them to isolate and segregate different elements of a social movement in order to attack individual parts and impose an uncontested dominant structure.
Sutton worked with grasshopper chromosomes, and it was in this paper that he showed that chromosomes occur in distinct pairs, which segregate at meiosis.
The Pentagon's official policy is to segregate juvenile prisoners from the rest of the prison population, and allow young inmates to join family members also being detained.
I strongly believe that it is anti-social to segregate children's entertainment away from their family as a separate category.
During the first meiotic division, homologous chromosomes pair and segregate into two cells.