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Word: dissolution

Definition: disintegration; reduction to a liquid form; looseness in morals; sensual indulgence; debauchery; ADJ. dissolute: lacking in moral restraint; leading an immoral life

Sentences Containing 'dissolution'

A DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP I did not allow my resolution, with respect to the Parliamentary Debates, to cool.
After dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles.
After the dissolution of Yugoslavia did not have success until the 2009-10 when they became champions Serbia.
After their dissolution, the Austrian House of Habsburg received all their estates.
As for dissolution, if it be no grievous thing to the chest or trunk, to be joined together; why should it be more grievous to be put asunder?
As this was one month before the dissolution of Parliament, there was no by-election.
At its dissolution, the president of the CJC was Mark Freiman.
At the Dissolution of the Monasteries, ownership of the mill reverted to the Crown.
At the time of its dissolution in 2006, the Squad was made up of 35 detectives.
Conrail operated the system until its dissolution.
Cooper retired from provincial politics at dissolution of the assembly in 1975.
Dissolution and Reformation (2008-2010).
Embury retired from the legislature at dissolution in 1986.
Following the dissolution of the parliament as a result of 1980 Turkish coup d'├ętat, he returned to journalism.
From that year till their final dissolution, the parliament judged it necessary to allow the annual sum of
From the dissolution of the monasteries to the early 19th century.
Gabbard served as president until the organization's involuntary dissolution in 2004.
Halford later recorded the track with his band, Halford. Dissolution.
He decided not to run again for office and retired at dissolution of the assembly later that year.
He retired from provincial politics at dissolution of the Legislature in 2001.
He served in both of those ministries until his retirement from the Legislature at dissolution in 1952.
In 1547 the people of Almondbury were faced with the possible dissolution of its Chantry Chapel.
In 1834 he formed a partnership with William Dwight, but the financial crisis of 1837 led to its dissolution.
It has generally, too, been that of France, and has been uniformly so since the dissolution of what in England is commonly called their Mississippi company.
It remained a nunnery until the Dissolution of the Monasteries.
It was still active before the dissolution of the monasteries by Henry VIII, but it had experienced a number of misfortunes.
It will lead to the dissolution of the parliament."
Langevin retired from provincial politics at dissolution of the Assembly in 2001.
Leitch retired his seat in the legislature and from cabinet at dissolution in 1982.
McCrae retired at dissolution of the assembly in 1982.
Melchin retired at dissolution in 2008 leaving the riding open.
Part of the archway originated from Sawley Abbey following its destruction at the Dissolution.
Prior to its dissolution, Hughes Airwest also had its headquarters on the grounds of San Francisco International.
Prior to its dissolution, Pacific Air Lines had its corporate headquarters on the grounds of the airport.
Ruste would serve his final term in the official opposition before retiring from the legislature at dissolution in 1975.
The date proposed for the dissolution of the corporation was 15 February 2010 and on that the institution ceased to exist.
The day before the dissolution on September 25, 2011, the district had only one town.
The defeat suffered by Austria-Hungary in the battle caused the dissolution of their empire.
The dissolution of the khaganate fragmented the Western Turkic tribes.
The division lasted from the inception of Soviet league football in 1936 to the dissolution of USSR in 1991.
The following was APTA's roster at its dissolution on December 31, 2005:
The observer reaction in Serbia to the dissolution of Otpor!
The official dissolution took place on December 31, 2009.
The poor were looked after by the monasteries, until their dissolution.
The principality became part of the Confederation of the Rhine in 1806 after the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire.
The priory was dissolved as part of King Henry VIII's Dissolution of the Monasteries.
The release of phosphorus from apatite dissolution is a key control on ecosystem productivity.
Their actions led to a vote of no confidence for the Sanation government and dissolution of the parliament.
There was only one town left within the district before the dissolution:
Until its dissolution in 1991, the Soviet Union launched 43 GLONASS-related satellites.

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