He also says that the decision to delay the evacuation was a team decision, not his alone.
We never actually see the end to his urination—“evacuation (eternally not) complete.”
Later that day, Barak ordered the evacuation of the settlers.
According to Reuters, Salia's evacuation occurred "at the request of his wife," a statement which has yet to be confirmed.
In the chaos of evacuation, the question of whether or not Beethoven should be allowed to go to Vienna paled somewhat.
The city swarmed across the water to witness the ceremony of evacuation.
In very few, indeed, does it cause an evacuation at the time.
The next morning, evacuation of these wounded was begun by ambulances as the congestion at Cheppy was somewhat relieved.
We also discussed the arrangements for the evacuation of wounded.
The auguries allowed the evacuation of the other gods, Terminus and Juventas alone refusing to depart.
c.1400, "discharge from the body" (originally mostly of blood), from Old French évacuation and directly from Late Latin evacuationem (nominative evacuatio), noun of action from past participle stem of evacuare (see evacuate).
evacuation e·vac·u·a·tion (ĭ-vāk'yōō-ā'shən)
Discharge of waste materials from the excretory passages of the body, especially from the bowels.