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disaffiliation

Social medicine The loss or absence of social cohesion and contact with family and/or former friends and peers. See Homelessness, Mission, Runaway.
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If a second union disaffiliates from Labour it would deal a hugely symbolic blow to the party.
He should try to disaffiliate himself from his supporters and to pay more attention to people who have ideas and values that support their country, regardless of their political affiliations.
BCCCI is not going to disaffiliate RCA as its member.
By spring 2010, the combined impact of these events caused most of ACORN's state and local operations to either disaffiliate from ACORN or to collapse altogether.
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 decision by any of the big unions to disaffiliate from Labour would be a huge blow for the party which relies heavily on union funding.
There is no formal process through which churches affiliate or disaffiliate with the BGCT.
FAS: gas stations must disaffiliate with vertically integrated oil companies
A series of motions will be debated at the meeting, including one to disaffiliate and end all funding to the Labour party.
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".
In early March, rank and file leaders of UNITE HERE Joint Boards voted overwhelmingly to disaffiliate from the union.
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.