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adjective as in dismissed

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Instead, lithium ions increasingly fail to find their way back into their slots in the crystal during battery discharge.

This certificate provides information about the circumstances of the discharge or release.

Every living organism sheds DNA, whether in body cells like skin cells or in discharges like urine and feces.

Medicare counts as a readmission any of those patients who ended up back in any hospital within 30 days of discharge, except for planned returns like a second phase of surgery.

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If you have multiple felony convictions and were incarcerated, you must wait two years from your date of absolute discharge to apply for your rights to be restored.

It was the very day her father, Solomon, was discharged from the ETU.

He enlisted in the Navy in 2001 but was dishonorably discharged for misconduct two years later, according to CNN.

He asked her and other survivors who were being discharged to leave everything else behind.

Just last week, it was reported that the 44-year-old Hunter was discharged from the Navy after testing positive for cocaine.

Peters joined the Navy Reserve in 1993 and was honorably discharged in 2008, the year he was elected to Congress.

Arrived at the dépôt, I discharged my porter, sat down and waited for the place to open, with ample leisure for reflection.

The second barrel was discharged with no better result, except that a splinter of its horn was knocked off.

His duties as Pipe-master, Hennemann discharged with great fidelity; yea, even with genuine fanatical zeal.

Much of the haste and irritation which had previously led to blows discharged itself in a good-natured sneeze.

About half a pound on the inch was lost in the vacuum, the discharged water being 130 of heat instead of 100.


On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to discharged, such as: fired, freed, laid-off, released, sacked, and axed.

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