Origin of disengagement
Examples from the Web for disengagement
Steinitz, like many Israeli politicians, supported the 2005 withdrawal from Gaza, known at the time as disengagement.
Moreover, defining Mori's actions as a form of disengagement from Israel is wrong.
It effervesces briskly with borax at the blow-pipe, in consequence of the disengagement of oxygen gas.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
Dilute sulphuric acid occasions the disengagement of hydrogen, especially if heated, but the metal is acted on very slowly.
The plan for the disengagement of the right foot, painfully rigid and cold, was perfect in theory.Tropic Days|E. J. Banfield
"I don't know," said Maria Dolores, with disengagement real or feigned.My Friend Prospero|Henry Harland
It is from the disengagement of oxygen that the nitric acid of the neutral salt is in this operation converted into nitrous acid.Elements of Chemistry,|Antoine Lavoisier