from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act or movement of forming a column from a line of troops on some designated subdivision; the opposite of deployment.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act or movement of forming a column from a line of troops on some designated subdivision; -- the opposite of deployment.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Milit., the formation of column from line.
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Instead, it produced a virus known as "long-term unem ployment."
Artists often address pressing social ills that affect young people from South Africa's still impoverished black townships: unem-ployment, violence, crime, racism.
"It's a Dole plot to raise the unem - ployment rate in time for the election," one staff - er joked.
The euro doesn't address Europe's two main economic problems: high unem-ployment and expensive welfare states, threatened by aging populations.
Unem,ployment in the United States ia around 11%, rightard clown.
Atturniship, and that he had more millions of Crownes, then all his life time would serve him to spend; beside those which he payed away dayly, as having no convenient im-ployment for them.
The community, social and personal services industry was the largest contributor (31.2%) to total formal non-agricultural em - ployment in December 1999, followed by the manufacturing industry
COSATU's general-secretary Zwelinzima Vavi was recently quot - ed as saying that he was opposed to plans to introduce inflation targeting because a lower inflation rate could mean high unem - ployment.
Worst-off were black non-urban women with an expanded unem - ployment rate of 59.6% in 1998.
They also had to have taken steps to look for work or to start some form of self-em - ployment in the four weeks prior to the interview.