withdrawal

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  • The format would again change for time to time with a few withdrawals also seen.
  • Only then did they discover that the withdrawal order had been given.
  • During the withdrawals some troops managed to fight their way out but many were cut off and captured.
  • There were also withdrawals because of the additional cost as a result of its increased size.
  • She believed that between the man she loved and herself there were no possible mental withdrawals. Cited from O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1920, by Various
  • The withdrawal of imperial troops required a Canadian location for the training of military officers.
  • India were also initially entered in the men's division but were late withdrawals from the competition.
  • Only one-third of the French troops survived for withdrawal and return to France.
  • Opinion as to the time needed to complete withdrawal ranges from four weeks to several years.
  • Twelve teams were originally confirmed - however after two withdrawals the field contracted to ten teams.
  • Its population has declined since the withdrawal of Soviet military forces.
  • She also called for the withdrawal of British troops from Northern Ireland.
  • Withdrawals can be used by the policy owner for any purpose.
  • The withdrawal symptoms may appear to be similar to the original condition.
  • A similar case scenario took place in the second group as for the spring championship saw some withdrawals.
  • These withdrawals occurred in long Depression-era lines that were widely reported in the press.
  • This can occur both in the intoxicated state and also during the withdrawal state.
  • This withdrawal led Henry to order his own reserves and cavalry into the fight.
  • Two scheduled games did not take place due to withdrawals.
  • British withdrawal from the southern and eastern parts of Africa was not a peaceful process.
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Words starting with withdrawal

Meaning of withdrawal

  • noun A retraction of a previously held position
  • noun The act of taking out money or other capital
  • noun The act of withdrawing
    the withdrawal of French troops from Vietnam
  • noun Avoiding emotional involvement
  • noun The act of withdrawing blood, tumors, etc.
    the nurse was expert at the withdrawal of blood
  • noun The act of ceasing to participate in an activity
  • noun The termination of drug taking