Origin of disengagement
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Examples from the Web for disengagement
Steinitz, like many Israeli politicians, supported the 2005 withdrawal from Gaza, known at the time as disengagement.Israeli Intel Chief: Hamas Is Just Like ISIS
July 1, 2014
Moreover, defining Mori's actions as a form of disengagement from Israel is wrong.My Brother, The Conscientious Objector
November 8, 2012
Yet more, this condensation is accompanied by the disengagement of heat.Essays: Scientific, Political, & Speculative, Vol. I
The disengagement of the oxide of carbon diminishes, and soon stops.
The beat disengage is simply a beat followed by a disengagement.Secrets of the Sword
Csar Lecat de Bazancourt
Aretino completed the disengagement of Italian from Latin comedy.Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature
John Addington Symonds
"I don't know," said Maria Dolores, with disengagement real or feigned.My Friend Prospero
- the act or process of disengaging or the state of being disengaged
- leisure; ease
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Word Origin and History for disengagement
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- The emergence of the presenting part of the fetus from the vaginal canal during childbirth.
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