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Detachment

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South African First City Regiment - Alliances
... SA School Cadet Detachments Cadet Detachment No 3 Queens College Cadet Detachment No 4 St Andrews College Cadet Detachment No 6 Graeme College Cadet Detachment No Kingswood College ...
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... of the pad tegument might demonstrate a possible role in detachment of the parasite to the host ...
Detachment
... Detachment may mean Emotional detachment, in psychology, refers to "inability to connect" or "mental assertiveness" Detachment (philosophy), a philosophical state Detachment (military ...
List Of Japanese Military Detachments In World War II - Infantry Detachments
... South Seas Detachment - a brigade-size force formed in 1941 to be the army unit used in the Japanese seizure of the South Pacific island groups of Wake ... Unit (Commanded by Colonel Hifumi Imai) Shoji Detachment (Led by Colonel Toshishige Shoji) Nasu Detachment (Guided by MajGen Yumio Nasu) Fukushima Detachment (Command ... Aoba) Nanyo Detachment (sometimes Itoh Detachment) (Commanded by MajGen Takeo Itoh) Harada Detachment (also 2nd Nanyo Detachment Unit) (led by MajGen Yoshikazu Harada) Yamagata Detachment (Comman ...
Maritime Special Purpose Force - Organization - Assault Element (AE)
... normally be executed by the Force Recon detachment ... Detachment, Force Recon Direct Action Platoon (DAP) Team(s), Security, Fleet Antiterrorism Security Team (FAST) Company Team, Explosives Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Detachment Team(s), Combat Photo ...

More definitions of "detachment":

  • (noun): The act of releasing from an attachment or connection.
    Synonyms: disengagement
  • (noun): A small unit of troops of special composition.
  • (noun): Avoiding emotional involvement.
    Synonyms: withdrawal

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    There is no detachment where there is no pain. And there is no pain endured without hatred or lying unless detachment is present too.
    Simone Weil (1909–1943)