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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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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.
If members vote in favour of the move to disaffiliate the club from the charity, the club would be stripped of its Royal British Legion title and members will no longer have to pay their annual subscription fees to the charity's headquarters.
The group's violent tendencies led prison officials in South Carolina to place 70 members of the group in solitary confinement in 1995, offering to release them if they signed a pledge to disaffiliate from the movement.
We are not asking the Savage Nation to be revoked from the airways, but rather that the university disaffiliate itself from KUGN as 'The Voice of the Ducks.
Some delegates wanted to disaffiliate completely from the Labour Party because of anger over government policies.
Residents Regret Signing on with Union, Seek to Disaffiliate.
They developed the ideology that state Green Parties should not be based on dues-paying members and urged local and state groups to disaffiliate from the GPUSA.
I have asked them to show their disapproval of BSA discriminatory policies by publicly threatening to disaffiliate themselves or cease financially supporting the BSA if policies don't change.
The 21,000-member Massachusetts Nurses Association has scheduled a November vote on whether to disaffiliate from the American Nurses Association, and nurses in Maine are moving toward a similar vote.
We urge you to carefully consider whether your local NACM Affiliate should disaffiliate from NACM and to voice your opinion to both your local NACM and to NACM-National.
FRESH evidence of dissension among racecourse bookmakers has surfaced with the decision of the Birmingham & Midlands Bookmakers' Association to disaffiliate itself from the National Association of Bookmakers, writes Graham Green.