disassociate


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to remove from association with

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'Significantly, Maryam Safdar who led the press conference of the PML-N senior leadership and gave a detailed narrative and commentary on the audio/video attributed to the complainant and played at the press conference has attempted to distance and disassociate herself from the details and specifics of the acquisition, origins, source, recording, dissemination, release and timing of the said audio/video (played on her instructions at the press conference with subtitles) and also the specifics of the individual who actually undertook and conducted the recording of the said audio/video as played at the press conference and, in her reply, has sought to place the entire responsibility and burden in respect of aforementioned matters upon accused Nasir Mehmood Butt.
Now new secretary, Angela Kehoe-Jones, has released a statement on behalf of the CLP executive, which disassociates them from Mr Bentham's comments.
"The party will remain owning that high sovereign voice in favor of rescuing the republic and eill remain adhering to the principle of democracy also...The party will remain sticking to the public right for ending the presidential vacuum and electing a president able to disassociate Lebanon from conflicts, a president enjoying independent decisions away from foreign or local agendas," said the party.
August 11, 2016 (JUBA) -- A senior official of the Agwelek forces loyal to General Johnson Olony has warned members of the Agwelek and Collo community to disassociate themselves from their members who have joined the government of the newly appointed South Sudan's First Vice President, Taban Deng Gai.
Many say they are outraged by the fact that the Jews are constantly being asked to disassociate themselves from the "policies" of Israel in Palestine.
The paper's consultant editor Andrew Pierce hit back, saying Ms Harman and her husband Jack Dromey - who was also prominent in the NCCL - should have done more to disassociate the civil rights body from PIE.
At Holyrood, Alex Salmond challenged Scots Tory leader Ruth Davidson to "disassociate herself" from Lang's "ridiculous point".
A press conference was called behind my back to disassociate Keegan from the book despite him agreeing to it at a long meeting we had in his room at the Gosforth Park Hotel, when he furnished me with a number of invaluable contact numbers.
According to Reuters, Barclays Plc (LSE: BARC) has decided to disassociate itself from the Danish rate-setting panel.
The idea that the Welsh Lib Dems can disassociate themselves from the actions of the Westminster Government is a nonsense when they have Welsh MPs as part of it, each of whom has a vote.
On 3 August of last year, he insisted that Lebanon disassociate itself from the vote on the Security Council statement that condemned "wide-scale human rights violations committed by the Syrian authorities against civilians." This permitted the issuing of the declaration at the time, because it would not have passed had Lebanon voted no.
"If Lebanon disassociated itself from the statement, despite international unanimity, it better disassociate itself from all Arab, regional and international conflicts that are likely to trigger internal divisions in Lebanon.
So will he now disassociate himself from his party's policy on our air link and defend a valuable Anglesey asset?
But it is impossible to disassociate the dictator from his nation and getting an accurate picture of life in the troubled country has always proven impossible.