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What does DISESTAB stand for?

DISESTAB stands for Disestablish(ed)

This definition appears somewhat frequently

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The Capital Skyliners of Fleet Logistics Support Squadron (VR) 48 will disestablish on 7 September 2012, marking the end of mare than 32 years of providing high-speed, long-range, short-notice logistics support throughout the world from the nation's capital.
Denbigh publisher Thomas Gee's campaign to disestablish the Church of England in Wales was given momentum by farm protests over the hated tithe tax, a traditional one-tenth payment.
As a member of the Revolutionary Convention in Virginia in 1776, Madison sought to disestablish the Church of England in that state and secure passage of an amendment guaranteeing religious liberty to all.
One of Anderson's close associates is Canon Chris Sugden of Oxford, one of the campaigners against John in 2003 and now an organiser of the conservative coalition known as Gafcon whose member bishops boycotted is not established (it took the Westminster parliament 80 years to pass legislation to disestablish it before doing so in the 1920s, proponents of disestablishment of the Church of England please note), and will take a vote in secret conclave as to who the next bishop of Bangor will be next month.
I do not know how seriously I should take the fear Stuart Bell MP has that the Prime Minister could suddenly decide to disestablish the Church of England.