Definitions

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  • adj. rid of segregation; having had segregation ended

Etymologies

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Examples

  • A crack in the race issue came when Truman desegrated the military.

    Tripping Down Memory Lane Through Presidential Campaigns

  • It was not until Harry S Truman added civil rights to the 1948 party platform - under pressure from the mayor of Minneapolis, Hubert Humphrey - and desegrated the armed forces that the Democrats were identified with the civil rights movement.

    January 2004

  • The Klan was very active then trying to prevent the kids from entering the desegrated schools and that kind of thing.

    Oral History Interview with Jean Fairfax, October 15, 1983. Interview F-0013. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • The newborn GXV3501 and GXV3504 transcription servers / encoders is conception of the Grandstream's newborn kinsfolk of incoming procreation IP transcription surveillance products which feature flush marginal interfaces and coercive processing capabilities much as binary input / output ports for sensor / alarm and PTZ control, SD port, USB port, desegrated PoE, super

    Planet Malaysia

  • We desegrated the schools in Little Rock ... and racism still exists.

    Buckeye State Blog - Comments

  • $1,199 with a 2.66 rate Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB of 1066 rate DDR3 memory, a 320GB Serial ATA hornlike intend and NVIDIA GeForce 9400M desegrated graphics.

    Planet Malaysia

  • 9400M desegrated graphics to the NVIDIA GeForce GT 130 or ATI Radeon HD 4850 separate graphics for eventual performance.

    Planet Malaysia

  • 24MB pre - / post-event onboard transcription buffer, desegrated transcription analytics, and nonmandatory WiFi (802. 11b / g).

    Planet Malaysia

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