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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of demilitarise.

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  • For the second part in a series on job creation in the US, a look at incubators designed to turn great ideas into huge corporations. is located equidistant from the university's business school, its media and architecture school and engineering wing, in an area managing director Bill Aulet calls the "demilitarised zone."

    BBC News - Home

  • "The territory in Palestinian hands must be demilitarised -- in other words, without an army, without control of airspace and with effective security safeguards."

    Deutsche Welle: DW-WORLD.DE

  • "The territory in Palestinian hands must be demilitarised - in other words, without an army, without control of airspace and with effective security safeguards," he said.

    Palestine Blogs aggregator

  • In short, 'demilitarised' and 'lacking armed forces' are not the same thing.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • "demilitarised" Palestinian state, existing side by side with Israel.

    We Blog A Lot

  • China needs to remember that it has oil interests in both countries and join with the US in pressing for a demilitarised border.

    The struggle for South Sudan

  • She took the trip to San Vicente – the centre of the demilitarised zone that was created as a safe haven for the Farc – with a wary heart.

    Even Silence Has an End by Ingrid Betancourt

  • The American-led UN command, based at the demilitarised zone separating South and North Korea, said today it would negotiate with North Korea in an attempt to set up high-level talks to resolve differences over the March sinking.

    North Korea says US military exercises pose 'grave danger' to peace in region

  • Of course, Costa Rica is the best example of an entirely demilitarised country.

    The 14th Dalai Lama � Nobel Lecture

  • Tibet would not be the first strategic area to be demilitarised.

    The 14th Dalai Lama � Nobel Lecture

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