decampment


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Synonyms for decampment

the act or an instance of escaping, as from confinement or difficulty

Synonyms for decampment

the act of running away secretly (as to avoid arrest)

breaking camp

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For Legazpi City, it will be a total decampment,' she said.
Demolition work is already well underway and a decampment of residents is in operation - such as Catherine Howe whose home has now been demolished but plans to move back to the same spot when her new home is completed.
The system was created to be rapidly deployable and highly mobile for fast camp and decampment.
Lowe, despite the unhappiness surrounding Hoddle's decampment to Spurs three years ago, remained his foremost backer.
Surprisingly, Giuliani's successor, Michael Bloomberg, founder of capital's town crier, Bloomberg News, stood firm against the NYSE decampment threat and has generally been less than enthused about the notion of dishing out money to retain companies in Manhattan.
The ballet begins in Egypt with Cleopatra luxuriating in her bath, and swiftly moves on to her quick-witted evasion of an assassination attempt by her brother to her triumphant seduction of Caesar and decampment to Rome.
Commenting on his decampment from Louisville, Jory said, "To quote the indomitable Jimmy Durante, 'Always leave 'em while they still want more.
She is characterized by an indefatigable quest, a tireless decampment, even as she never arrives at a longed for place, never receives the wished-for item, never remains in a yearned for relationship.
With the order of decampment of residents outside the eight-kilometer extended danger zone, Daep said that significant number of evacuees would be reduced from the existing more or less 85,0000 evacuees.
Whereas in the mid-1950s most New York public-housing tenants were white, today they are only 5 percent white, as the decampment of middle-class families to segregated suburbs has been completed.
In considering Alex Katz's exhibition at Gavin Brown's enterprise, one might almost be forgiven for ignoring the paintings actually on view; it's hard to concentrate on the work, strong as it is, amid the chatter about its new location and the details of the artist's decampment from Pace.
Impetus for change came with the open-minded approach of Berlinale boss Dieter Kosslick, who is as welcoming of razzle-dazzle as he is of political causes, and from the golden opportunity presented to Berlin by the decampment of the American Film Market from February to November.
Grounds as diverse as the Royal Grammar School's Flagge Meadow, Edgbaston, Derby and even Taunton staged one-day matches but the decampment to Kidderminster stuck most in the mind.
PETER CHAPPLE-HYAM is set to have his final runners from Manton on Tuesday- and the exodus from the yard continues this weekend ahead of his decampment to Hong Kong.
Her husband's decampment has reminded Polly of the way her father repeatadly wooed and then discarded hff when she was a child.