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  • verb Present participle of disband.

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Examples

  • Report provides a chronological account of Mexican military involvement in disbanding student protests in Mexico City during the week of July 29.

    Tlatelolco massacre - the secret archives

  • Report provides a chronological account of Mexican military involvement in disbanding student protests in Mexico City during the week of July 29.

    Tlatelolco massacre - the secret archives

  • I would like it to be reflected in disbanding quangos, getting rid of half the local council staff who appear to have forgotten they work for us, and the rest of the ‘non jobs’ that have appeared (climate change officer for Nottingham City Council!!!

    Boy George Is Sailing Close To The Wind….. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Players reject NBA's offer, threatening season; Stern calls disbanding union a 'charade'

    StarTribune.com rss feed

  • Players reject NBA's offer, threatening season; Stern calls disbanding union a 'charade'

    StarTribune.com rss feed

  • Bourbons, that duty (performed by other generals and termed the disbanding of the army of the Loire) could not atone for the crime of having followed the man of the Hundred-Days to his last battle-field.

    Sons of the Soil

  • This morning went to Whitehall to my Lord's, where Major Hart did pay me; L23 14s. 9d., due to me upon my pay in my Lord's troop at the time of our disbanding, which is a great blessing to have without taking any law in the world for.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Volume 08: October/November/December 1660

  • This morning went to Whitehall to my Lord's, where Major Hart did pay me; L23 14s. 9d., due to me upon my pay in my Lord's troop at the time of our disbanding, which is a great blessing to have without taking any law in the world for.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete 1660 N.S.

  • This morning went to Whitehall to my Lord's, where Major Hart did pay me; L23 14s. 9d., due to me upon my pay in my Lord's troop at the time of our disbanding, which is a great blessing to have without taking any law in the world for.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete

  • This morning went to Whitehall to my Lord's, where Major Hart did pay me; L23 14s. 9d., due to me upon my pay in my Lord's troop at the time of our disbanding, which is a great blessing to have without taking any law in the world for.

    The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Oct/Nov/Dec 1660

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