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This position has helped me to disaffiliate myself from any emotional attachment to any ruler, thus allowing me to claim an ability to perceive the policies of rulers more clearly than their blind supporters.
The INA shall continue to pay dues to the ANA pursuant to the ANA Bylaws and House of Delegates or successor membership assembly policy until such time as 2/3 of the dual INA/ANA membership votes to disaffiliate from the ANA.
A series of motions will be debated at the Bournemouth meeting, including one to disaffiliate and end all funding to the Labour party "at the earliest opportunity".
A series of motions will be debated at the meeting, including one to disaffiliate and end all funding to the Labour party.
Next Friday, a special members meeting has been organised at Golcar, where members will take a vote on whether they want to disaffiliate the club from the charity, which has its headquarters in Pall Mall.
He discussed the Board of Director's decision to disaffiliate as an Associate Affiliate of the UAN and not to renew as a full organizational member of the Center for American Nurses.
The states that have been using UAN to help them negotiate contracts for union members (NMNA is not one of them) will still be able to align themselves with the UAN, or as 5 states have done, disaffiliate from UAN and become bargaining units on their own.
When the SPQ disappeared, the NDP Quebec was reborn in 1985, only to disaffiliate from the federal NDP in 1989 after the federal party's refusal to recognize Quebec's right to self-determination.
Your failure to laugh would disaffiliate by displaying "laugh-resistance.
The Fire Brigades Union voted to disaffiliate from the party, plunging relations between Labour and trade unions to a new low.
STUC general secretary Bill Speirs yesterday challenged unhappy union members to disaffiliate from Labour.