disestablishment


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the act terminating an established state of affairs

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The principal driver of disestablishment has always been religious diversity.
Nevertheless, primarily because the President and his subordinates have been responsible for the deployment of military forces, Congress has been hesitant to direct the creation or disestablishment of specific military installations.
The church crisis in our time relates to its disestablishment from the cultural supports that previously propped it up in the form of American civil religion.
Consultation is due to begin on the disestablishment of Haslucks Green Road to enable the funding of a new crossing patrol site on Yorkminster Drive, outside the newly-relocated Bishop Wilson Church of England Junior and Infant School.
have always supported their interpretation of disestablishment.
Religious liberty and disestablishment grew from theological rather than Enlightenment roots, Miller argues, and were nurtured by dissenting Protestants in both the Old World and the New.
Until the disestablishment of the Church of England, clergy will be forced to toe the establishment line and Welby, like most of his predecessors, will have to doff his mitre to his boss, the monarch and head of the Church of England.
MPs expressed dismay and warned that the decision would intensify calls for the disestablishment of the Church of England, the report said.
The VAW-77 Nightwolves, the Navy's only dedicated counter-narcotics squadron, is scheduled for disestablishment on 31 March 2013.
The Department of Defense (DOD) announced 2 May that as part of the disestablishment of the U.
It refers to a 19th century political movement that opposed the disestablishment of the Church of England or, in other words, to remove the Anglican Church as the state church of England.
The Second Disestablishment illuminates much that has gone unexplained about the progressive separation of church and state, not only from American politics, but also from law itself.
The transfer of work and disestablishment of roles is expected to be completed by the end of November this year, with full decommissioning due to be completed by the end of January 2012.
The controversy stemmed from the participation of Wilson J, then a member of the New Zealand Court of Appeal, in a 2007 decision of that Court involving litigation between Saxmere Co Ltd ('Saxmere') and the Wool Board Disestablishment Co Ltd ('the Board').
leadership, antimilitary discomfort within the Organization of American States (OAS), and shrinking resources--has been ineffective and is ripe for disestablishment.