Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of discharge.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of discharge.

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Examples

  • Iraq war resisters [17] seeking permanent residence status in Canada are another group of individuals and families facing impending deportation back to the United States in the coming months, where they face military court marshals and less-than honourable discharges from the U.S. military for their conscientious objections to being deployed to Iraq.

    Kenney’s Canada: Who’s in, who’s out and who is getting kicked out : Law is Cool

  • He received two other-than-honorable discharges from the military.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • It is important to note that DADT results in discharges on the basis of a sexual disorientation, not sexual behavior.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Light at the End of the DADT Tunnel

  • It has been stated on various websites that the speed at which a lightning bolt discharges is approximatly no faster than half the speed of light (93,000 MPS) and generally alot slower about 60,000 MPS.

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Amazing slow-mo lightening video

  • That humans can create electrical discharges is not the issue.

    Beckwith on ID

  • I think an underlying problem with most accidental discharges is a lack of familiarity with the gun being used.

    Accidental Discharge

  • If an electric discharge was capable of operating a coherer across three thousand miles of ocean, then, certainly, the electric discharges from the wireless station four hundred feet away could produce coherer effects on the bad joints in the vat-wiring.

    The Enemy of All the World

  • Seeing a piece in the paper about your intended trip, would like to know if you would like a good crew, as there is six of us boys all good sailor men, with good discharges from the Navy and

    Chapter 3

  • Seeing a piece in the paper about your intended trip, would like to know if you would like a good crew, as there is six of us boys all good sailor men, with good discharges from the Navy and Merchant

    Chapter 3

  • He never discharges from the guilt of sin, without delivering from the power of it; and he is made righteousness and sanctification, that he may in the end be made complete redemption, may free the soul from the very being of sin, and loose the body from the bonds of the grave: and what is designed in all is that all flesh may glory in the Lord, v. 31.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)

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