Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of disbanding, or the state of being disbanded.
- n. The act of disbanding
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The act of disbanding.
- n. the act of disbanding
“(Actually enforcing that disbandment is a different matter).”
“While the disbandment is a welcome move, the veil of secrecy surrounding it gives rise to serious concern.”
“The unit issued a handful-plus of releases until their disbandment in 2006.”
“While Fiji technically has been suspended from the group of former British colonies since its December 2006 coup, the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group made the disbandment full on September 1.”
“That changed today with Ben Ali's sudden departure and the disbandment of his government.”
“After disbandment, the core players refreshed as International Harvester and later as Träd, Gräs & Stenar.”
“David FordBritish singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist David Ford made his way in the early aughts as the frontman of EasyWorld until its disbandment in 2004.”
“This is admirably instanced, just now, by the return and disbandment of the soldiers from South Africa.”
“In our dialogue with all the other blocs, we have demanded the disbandment of the security agencies that were causing violations of human rights," he said.”
“After initially standing firm on the Dec. 17 deadline to disband private security firms, Karzai has now decided that by Nov. 15, a new committee will prepare a timetable for the disbandment of companies that guard development projects, and that once each organization is given its new dissolution date, it will have 90 days to prepare.”
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