Examples of disband in a Sentence
They've decided to disband the club.
The members of the organization have decided to disband.
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Before the camps were fully disbanded in 1907, German policies managed to kill some 70,000 Namibians in all, nearly exterminating the Herero.
Salgar played with a group called Secret Arms, which disbanded after his death.
The popular House program was eventually disbanded.
After a 3-10 start in 2009, Whisenant, hearing murmurings that the Maloofs were desperate for the financial benefits of a playoff berth, released Boucek at midseason and returned as head coach; three months later the franchise was disbanded.
Two councils, including one chaired by Mr. Liveris, were disbanded.
The Islamist group had leverage, and with the administrative committee disbanded, Abbas was forced to make a move.
The electoral board appointed by the regional parliament was disbanded last week to avoid hefty fines by Spain's Constitutional Court.
When Steely Dan disbanded, Becker retreated to Maui and began growing avocados.
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