How do I disassociate a site from a domain name?

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I have multiple sites for our business that I am currently working on. I finished a site and registered for a domain name, which was rejected after the registration process was finished.  So I registered for a variation on the rejected domain name and successfully registered the new  domain.  But the new domain name associated with the wrong site that is still under construction and when I tried to change the association of the domain over to the correct site I get an error message that says I must disassociate the correct site with it's domain name to change the association of the new site name over to it.  Problem is that I can not find where the site is associated with a domain name at all or where to disassociate sites from their assigned domain.
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Was the domain mesquitecountrybeef.com? It looks like it was stuck on the failed status but was actually still registered to your account. You should be able to associate the domain away to another site, and then associate your new domain to it.
I created a blank 'domainparking' site you can associate your domain to if you are needing to shuffle them around.
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So is mesquitecountrybeef.com actually my domain and I can use it, because that is the domain name that I originally wanted anyway.
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Yes! You should be able to see it inside of your Domains page.

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