[ UK /dɪmˌə‍ʊbɪla‍ɪzˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
  1. act of changing from a war basis to a peace basis including disbanding or discharging troops
    demobilization of factories
    immediate demobilization of the reserves
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How To Use demobilisation In A Sentence

  • immediate demobilization of the reserves
  • He would in fact have been hard-pressed to discuss postwar monetary and foreign policy or domestic issues such as labor agitation and demobilization.
  • They are to support disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration of the former combatants, he said.
  • Demobilization and disarmament are, of course, the major tactics; but so is defunding.
  • GI fathers and their many advocates were particularly vocal critics of delays in demobilization. Miss Yourlovin: GIs, Gender, and Domesticity during World War II
  • Operation Axe included the demobilization and disarmament of the Italian Army.
  • Agathon Rwasa said the demobilisation was a landmark BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition
  • As president, Uribe provided the leaders and rank-and-file members of the terrorist paramilitary organizations with amnesty and protection from international prosecution as part of a process of "demobilization" of the paramilitary groups. Council on Hemispheric Affairs
  • It is certainly very pleasant to consider that we shall have all these valuable assets in hand; but against them we have to allow, which the Chancellor altogether omitted to do, for the big arrears of expenditure and the huge cost of demobilisation, which is at least likely to absorb the whole of them. War-Time Financial Problems
  • Very few of them have actually finished a 90-day "demobilization" process -- after which the hard work at keeping them out of the war begins. Amnesty Deal Lures Only 3 Percent Of Taliban In One Year
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