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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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Victim Adnan Shafiq Sheikh told the police he and his family had gone out for dinner, when some unknown broke into his house and decamped with Rs2 million in cash, 15,000 Saudi Riyals, 5,000 US $, 15 Tolas gold ornaments, electronics and other valuables worth Rs4 million.
Unknown burglars broken into five shops owned by Zubair, Jameel, Muhammad Zafar and two others and have decamped with wrist watches, cloth and others merchandise worth lakhs of rupees.
In an earlier incident, another policeman Nazir Pandit, deployed as the security guard of then roads and buildings minister Syed Altaf Bukhari, decamped with two AK- 47 rifles and joined frontline militant outfit Hizb- ul- Mujahideen.
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.
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).
During the 1960s, the university decamped to a suburban greenfield site at Belfield, to the south of the city centre.
In the Company of Owners uses the book equivalent of a journalist's anecdotal lead: It opens by tracing the origin of stock options to William Shockley, a brilliant but curmudgeonly scientist who, unhappy with the giant telephone company's refusal to let him share some of the success stemming from his ideas, decamped in the late 1950s for what later became Silicon Valley.
They are still here after all these years, although I think Ricky has pretty much decamped for Florida and his summer camp.
He was driven to Broadway shows as a child in one of the family's two Rolls-Royces, and every winter the clan decamped from the New York suburb of Larchmont to Palm Beach, traveling to Florida in his grandmother's two private railroad cars hooked to the back of a passenger train.
After Harriman decamped, Pamela dallied with CBS mogul Bill Paley and wealthy socialite Jock Whitney before hooking up with CBS broadcaster Edward R.
His wife has decamped to Arizona to run a dog-grooming business; his youngest daughter needs a husband; his irrepressible son VJ wants to turn the ranch into an ostrich-breeding operation; and the wild burros he has adopted to guard his sheep can't get along with their charges.
Tolentino gave the assurance after Cedric Daep, Albay Public Safety and Emergency Management Office (Apsemo) chief, reported that farmers who decamped might sneak into the six-kilometer permanent danger zone to till their farms or graze their animals.