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In case any of the QRV goes demobilize under repair or other reason for more than 2 hours, then standby QRV shall be deployed for the same with immediate effect.
While these laws are likely to disproportionately demobilize all youth of color, they may have more severe consequences for young blacks.
From La Macarena, Meta, Army, Navy and Air Force kicked off this operation in order to carry messages and gifts from relatives and friends of FARC guerrillas, inviting them to demobilize for Christmas.
Under a pact signed with the government last July, the Self-Defense Forces of Colombia--the umbrella organization for most paramilitary groups--agreed to demobilize its fighters by the end of 2005.
We look at each situation, whether it's a request to remain mobilized or a request to demobilize early.
The meeting is expected to focus on a Japanese proposal to set up a demobilization registration agency in Afghanistan designed to demobilize soldiers controlled by Afghan warlords and help them return to civilian life.
A government plan to demobilize 15,000 Cambodian soldiers within this year ended Wednesday in Kompong Thom Province in central Cambodia.
That's why we produced radio broadcasts inviting the families to tell their guerrilla relatives to demobilize by following the lights in Christmas time.