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  • In the pandemonium that followed, Bradley thought that another RPG had landed inside the vehicle and shouted through the intercom for everyone to "debus" - get out of the vehicle.

    The Guardian World News

  • Pausing only long enough for their men to debus, the BMPs drove among the houses and brought direct fire to bear from their 73 mm guns against those Canadians who showed themselves.

    First Clash

  • Get stuck next to the gasthaus, debus and walk/slide/slip/climb up the hill towards the lights "up there somewhere".

    Army Rumour Service

  • To decar is to ` get out of a car, 'in analogy with to debus and deplane.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XII No 2

  • I handed mine in last year after Notting Hill and I was 200 yards away in full kit, NATO helmets the lot, watching unprotected colleagues have bottles and rocks rain down on them and those in charge didn’t let us debus to help them

    Police Officer Seriously Injured « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG


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