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Use "distancing" in a sentence
"Over 10 years ago, Ole Miss decided to begin distancing itself from the Old South, getting rid of Confederate battle flags and, finally, "Colonel Reb," a seemingly genteel Southern planter who'd been the mascot since 1979."
"It is Ferguson's priority to ensure that distractions such as the Rooney episode are rare, and he has also been rigorous in distancing himself from those who rail against his employers."
"This rhetorical shift, although small, is the first step in distancing ourselves from the choices Israel has made."