demobilize


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demobilize

noun cure, curtail, deactivate, disarm, disband, disengage, fix, limit, reduce, remedy, sever, stop
Associated concepts: demobilize forces involved in an armed conflict
See also: disarm, disband, discharge, dismiss, disorganize, dissociate, dissolve, separate
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Prime Minister Hun Sen along with foreign diplomats, government officials and over a thousand participants gathered at the ceremony to demobilize 408 soldiers.
agreed to aid in efforts to demobilize Russian troops by providing housing for eligible officers.
And it was the struggle to control the union movement in Minneapolis which led male unionists to demobilize the community based activism which gave women more of a voice in the movement.
Drilling is set to recommence this week as the Contractor, who conducted the program of underground excavation, completes the work required to leave the project site in a condition which is satisfactory to enable it to demobilize its main resources.
In a five-year plan covering 1999-2003, the Cambodian government aims to demobilize 55,000 military and 24,000 police personnel.
Serb troops will demobilize from west to east, with NATO forces on their heels, Bacon said.
Given the potential cost of a conflict, the international community has focused on the need to reduce tension and demobilize.