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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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RUGBY UNION: England decamped from Dunedin to Auckland with a fierce message from manager Martin Johnson ringing in their ears: The World Cup starts now.
Washington, June 16 (ANI): The Turkey Government has granted Angelina Jolie the permission to visit the decamped Syrian refugees.
30pm You may have thought this drama had just about run its course, but no - and the twist at the start of the opening episode is that the action does not take place in the usual South African setting, but that everyone has decamped to London.
Summary: SHARJAH -- Unidentified miscreants broke into more than eight cars in a parking lot in the Al Khan area in the early hours Saturday and decamped with cash and valuables.
KEEN to revamp their sound, the Arctics decamped to the USA to record with Queens Of The Stone Age guru Josh Homme.
The people decamped to the outskirts weren't given a vote on the move either.
Smarties are moving abroad after 70 years, the latest chocolate to shift production from Britain after Black Magic went to the Czech Republic and Dairy Box decamped to Spain.
But Steve Sidwell immediately decamped for a much bigger wage packet at Chelsea and England defender Nicky Shorey is wanted by the high-spending Hammers.
She begins with an examination of Wakes Week, when factory workers decamped to the seaside.
There were, however, good reasons why the British Raj decamped to Shimla en masse each summer, or why shops in Seville shut in the early afternoon.
As it happened, the editor himself wound up abandoning Dalhart in the late 1930s, although he decamped only to Amarillo--some 80 miles to the south--and not, say, to the West Coast).
Daeley got an annual payment of $57,396, half her salary, tax free, and decamped for Hawaii.
Clarehaven, which has room for around 80 horses, is in a prime location adjacent to the Limekilns training grounds, but has been empty since Stewart's successor Ed Vaughan decamped to Warren Place in December.
Understandably, Hollywood producers, who have no loyalty except to the bottom line, have decamped and gone elsewhere, leaving the Canadian industry in a severe slump.
Realizing in the early 1970's that the majority of our fellow worshippers no longer shared our faith, we decamped for several years to the Ukrainian branch of the Eastern Byzantine Catholic rite (a marvellous liturgical experience if ever there was one).