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the act of disbanding

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He added: "We haven't seen the [Sinn Fein] motion yet but if it's something that advances the cause of the disbandment of the unit, then it's somewhere we will consider.
According to the report, only the Batang City Jail inmates protested the jail segregation and disbandment of gangs.
Member Rome confirmed the disbandment and thanked fans for their support.
The government has issued notification of its disbandment with one stoke of pen paying no heed to the grave concern voiced by the teachers and students.
by Zabihullah Ehsas on 30 April, 2014 - 15:34 MAZAR-I-SHARIF (Pajhwok): Disbandment of Illegal Armed Groups (DIAG) officials on Wednesday said it had discovered 2,400 depots of weapons and 11,000 different kinds of arms in northern Afghanistan.
Civil liberty groups on Wednesday welcomed the disbandment of the "Demographics Unit" while the mayor of New York, Bill de Blasio, said the disbandment would allow police more opportunity to "go after the real bad guys", Al-Alam reported.
AS a musician I was saddened to hear the recent report on BBC local TV/news regarding the possible disbandment of a Teesside-based brass band due to lack of players.
A PARADE marked the latest disbandment of the famous Dambusters squadron.
McGarry, a historian and author, chronicles the origins, formation, recruitment, and activities of the Irish Brigades fighting abroad from King James II's reign of England, Scotland, and Ireland in 1685 and the War of the Grand Alliance in 1688 to the Napoleonic Wars in 1815 and the disbandment of the Irish Brigades in France and Spain.
A PARADE has marked the latest disbandment of the famous Dambusters squadron.
KIEV, Ukraine, Rabi'II 26, 1435, Feb 26, 2014, SPA -- Ukraine's acting interior minister on Wednesday ordered the disbandment of a feared riot police force that many accuse of attacks on protesters during the country's three-month political turmoil, AP reported.
What the Spanish people expect is a complete and unconditional disbandment of group not a series of insubstantial announcements that offer nothing new, he said.
99% last financial year, had been ring - fenced for the Police Mounted Section, disbandment should not have been considered.
Councillor John Lines, Deputy Mayor of Birmingham City Council, says the Government has con-firmed the disbandment of The Second Battalion Of The Royal Regiment Of Fusiliers.
A public review of the criteria which led to the last minute substitution of 2RRF for disbandment, ostensibly offered by the Secretary of State for Defence, has not materialised.