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to break loose and leave suddenly, as from confinement or from a difficult or threatening situation

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leave a camp

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leave suddenly

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DeCamp points out that, once admitted, residents with diabetes have the condition of their feet monitored by the caregivers who bathe them, each time they are bathed.
DeCamp said the built-in measures 20 3/4 inches high and 21 inches deep.
DeCamp was in charge of 1,300 employees in more than 220 offices nationwide and managed an operating budget of more than $170 million.
Influence over referrals must be done in ways that preserve physicians primary duties to their patients well-being and the inherent value of choice, DeCamp says.
He might have starred alongside Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis in We're The Millers but Brit actor Will Poulter has no plans to decamp to Hollywood.
The 24-year-old singer says that she'd rather continue to wobble down to her local Manhattan hardware store in her knickers and stilettos than decamp to celebrity central, LA.
The real danger is that it's difficult to get an exempt employee to step away from the BlackBerry," says Paul DeCamp, who heads the wage and hour practice at Jackson Lewis.
Every month the entire European Parliament - MEPs, translators, researchers and other staff - decamp from Brussels to Strasbourg in France.
BACK in 2004 Carlos Santana thumbed through his address book and persuaded his pals to decamp to Montreux for the 'peace and under-standing' gig that stole the famous festival.
Top, Cpl Chrissy Castle from 48 Signals (TA) cooks for the troops; centre, Sgt Eileen Monaghan; left, Signaller Thomas 'Archie' Acheampong takes a mast down ready for the decamp
In fact, lack of interest led some of the audience to decamp during the break.
DeCamp Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University, is a prime example of such academic barbarism.
The latest among nearly two dozen regional distributors handling the English exports are Leeland and Pyro, said Michael DeCamp, Laurel's vice president of sales and marketing.