What is discharged?

  • (adj): Set free as from prison or duty.
    Synonyms: released
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Some articles on discharged:

Hospice Care In The United States - Discharge From Hospice
... However, there are several other scenarios when a patient may be discharged from hospice ... may be greater than six months, the patient is de-certified (discharged) from hospice ... Should the patient's condition worsen once discharged from hospice they can be readmitted to hospice ...
National Association Of Discharged Sailors And Soldiers
... The National Association of Discharged Sailors and Soldiers (NADSS) was a British veterans' organisation ... working men who had served in World War I but had since been discharged ... In 1921, it merged with the Comrades group, the National Federation of Discharged and Demobilized Sailors and Soldiers and the Officers' Association to form the Royal British Legion ...
Conspiration Des Poignards - Conspirators
... tribunal jury Joseph Diana, 28 years, other Roman insurgent, notary, discharged Armand Daiteg, 67 years, sculptor, discharged Denis Lavigne, 66 years, trader, discharged ...
Edward Phelan - Land Claims
... When Phelan and Evans were discharged from Fort Snelling they both decided to make land claims in what is now Saint Paul ... Hays, who was expecting to be discharged several months later, made plans with Phelan to make a claim for Hays nearby on the provision that Hays would later reimburse Phelan ... and built a log house to spend the winter in while he waited for Hays to be discharged ...
Ministry Of National Defense (Republic Of Korea) - Notable Enlistments
2009 (22 months) and discharged on 7 March 2011 Boom 29 October 2009 and discharged on 22 August 2011 by the Defense Media Agency, where he has been serving as a PR agent ... Discharged on 31 October 2011 ... Lee Jun Ki 3 May 2010 (for 21 months) with the Agency and discharged on 16 February 2012 ...

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    New York is a sucked orange. All conversation is at an end, when we have discharged ourselves of a dozen personalities, domestic or imported, which make up our American existence.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)