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v. dis·lodged, dis·lodg·ing, dis·lodg·es
To remove or force out from a position or dwelling previously occupied.
To move or go from a dwelling or former position.

[Middle English disloggen, from Old French deslogier : des-, dis- + logier, to lodge (from loge, shed, of Germanic origin).]

dis·lodge′ment, dis·lodg′ment n.
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Noun1.dislodgment - forced removal from a position of advantage
remotion, removal - the act of removing; "he had surgery for the removal of a malignancy"
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Predicting wave dislodgment of mussles: variation in attachment strength with body size, habitat, and season.
However, insufficient or lack of reimbursement in some developing and underdeveloped countries and the complications associated with enteral feeding tubes such as misconnections, tube dislodgment, and infections are restricting the growth of this market.
Long-term complications are usually minor and include ulceration of the surrounding skin, clogging of the feeding tube, and inadvertent dislodgment (3).
In each case flesh is required, for only flesh can be divested and passed through the crucible of contempt, dislodgment, derision, and humiliation.
These may include haemodynamic instability, respiratory complications resulting in hypoxia, neurological deterioration, poor temperature control, inappropriate administration of drugs, the dislodgment of invasive monitoring lines or endotracheal tube and transport equipment failure.
It is possible that patients with a longer or shorter duration of catheter placement than those in this sample may have a different vessel profile that alters risk for vessel damage or dislodgment further limiting generalizability.
These "late" complications include generator failure, lead failure, lead dislodgment, malfunction due to other mechanical factors, pericarditis, infection, skin erosion, hematoma, and venous thrombosis (1).
As indicated previously, it has been widely postulated that one of the main causes of failure of local therapy is early dislodgment of the topical sealant before permanent closure of the BPF occurs (9,10).
It might be due to apoptosis, mechanical dislodgment of cells, or proteolysis of subendothelial matrix proteins, or it might be a consequence of complement-dependent injury.
The author's artful assimilation of Finn and Sweeny--in their dislodgment from Irish mythology and subsequent transfiguration in O'Brien's narrative--keep the atmosphere of the novel from sinking under "a vise of stone" (Calvino 4) in the plethora of stories they invoke.
The contract comes to accommodate the needs of the inhabitants and hold up livestock development, particularly in the after effects of the dryness that brought down the area three years ago, which led to the dislodgment of huge numbers to other areas in Syria.