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


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  • Joint Force Multiplier Command was disbanded from the in


  • BUT, for reasons surpassing understanding, former Administrator Griffin disbanded them just about when ISS was ready for use. ...

    Bolden Update - The Waiting Game - NASA Watch

  • So to pull this unit and disband it shows that the Maliki government is serious, is determined, in fact, to overcome all the sectarian divisions, irrespective of what the background of this unit they have disbanded, which is a positive thing.

    CNN Transcript Oct 8, 2006

  • Garner's team established working relations with senior leaders of the Iraqi army with a view to recalling disbanded units to handle security and to become reconstruction brigades.

    The Mess

  • When the Telecom bubble burst in 2002 our group was disbanded, which is when I founded Near Earth LLC.

    Out of the Cradle

  • Mpshe, on Monday said he was puzzled by statements saying the Scorpions are to be 'disbanded' on the one hand, and 'dissolved' on the other, the SABC reported.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Now, after demanding Sadr surrender, not only will his militia be "disbanded", which is semantics for sent home with their guns, he'll be allowed to escape.

    Archive 2004-04-01

  • Klotz eventually "disbanded" the Generals in 1995, forming a new team, the New York Nationals, which also has achieved an impressive losing streak.


  • David Blanchflower has called for the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) he formerly sat on to be "disbanded". news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • On campus, Southern University Chancellor Kofi Lomotey said the marching band has been temporarily "disbanded" for the semester.

    Black College Wire


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