departee

departee

(ˌdɪpɑːˈtiː)
n
a person who departs or has departed
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As David Parkin has explained, the study of refugee belongings offers vital insights into the experience and aftermaths of displacement, not least because "it is through the skills and objects that one may take that one's future may be given shape, at least from the perspective of the departee.
But the potency of the backline is underlined by the selection of centre Tom Wheatcroft, back three specialists James Stokes and Max Trimble plus two scrum halves - Pete White and another Moseley departee, Dave Brazier.
The second goal nine minutes before the break sealed the win and also showed the progression of Stewart Downing from inevitable January departee to a player who may yet have an Anfield future.
Fellow flanker Michael Maltman is the other con-firmed departee.
The current Kutless lineup is Jon Micah Sumrall (vocals), James Mead (guitars), Jeffrey Gilbert (drums), Dave Luetkenhoelter (bass) and Nick DePartee (guitars).
Not only that, but fellow Spurs departee, Dimitar Berbatov plays his best game of his season.
The former St Mirren star has done well since being drafted in to fill the boots of pounds 9million departee Alan Hutton and Knox expects the main danger to his old club to come right down Broadfoot's throat.
I was a part and departee of one of those multiple reorganizations.
Mileikowsky challenged the decision to deem him a voluntary departee.
All four prospects were impressive in minor league play and late season trials by the Rockies, with Atkins, who is slated to replace free-agent departee Vinny Castilla, producing the most spectacular showing in 2004.
Red Cross skateboards are here and feature sensible sticks from Lucero, Grosso, Blender, Olson, and recent Beer City departee Duane "Master of Disaster" Peters.
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