demobilize

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Synonyms for demobilize

Synonyms for demobilize

to release from military duty

Synonyms for demobilize

release from military service or remove from the active list of military service

retire from military service

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The whole process from surveying the room and demobilising it to applying the technology and reassembling the place takes around five-six hours.
Accordingly, USEC mailed Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act notices to all of its about 450 USEC American Centrifuge workers in Ohio, Tennessee and Maryland about a potential layoff from the first half of November, on 30 September, it said and added that decisions about continued spending or demobilising the project will be evaluated on a daily basis.
A Chevron spokesman said the company would begin demobilising the project and was laying off workers as it weighs its next move in consultation with the City of Richmond, California, which issued the permits.
The aid will bolster the efforts aimed at disarming, demobilising and reintegrating 1,000 of the so-called Ninja Rebels.
READING of how John Simmonds had the cost of his burial blanket taken from his earnings on demobilising from the army after the war (Dear Gerrie, October 24) brought back to me a similar insulting story.