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 Übersetzung für 'Desertion' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a desertion | desertions
SYNO abandonment | defection | desertion | ...
mil.
desertion
Fahnenflucht {f}
125
desertionVerlassen {n}
64
mil.
desertion
Desertation {f}
27
mil.
desertion
Desertion {f}
8
law
desertion [of wife or family]
böswilliges Verlassen {n} [veraltet] [der Ehefrau oder Familie]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • In 2006, Joana Simeao's husband, wishing to remarry after 30 years but unable to prove his status as a widower, sued her for desertion.
  • The North had its share of problems with desertion, bounty jumpers, and the New York Draft Riot. The South had even greater problems with desertion, especially during the last two years of the war.
  • On July 15, 1863, Billy Laird, a private in the 17th Maine Regiment, was executed by firing squad at Fort Preble after being charged with desertion.
  • When he arrived in the Indies, Princen was charged with desertion.
  • One month after his desertion from the Navy, Essex's family persuaded him to return to Imperial Beach.

  • The latter was killed on 31 January 1945 for desertion by the American military police.
  • desertion. Proof of desertion, in turn, has been grounds for divorce in some legal systems.
  • Zemmouri was tried according to the Code of Military Justice for the Army, following articles 235 to 239 relating to desertion abroad and desertion to the enemy.
  • The desertion of 4 March 1997 (...) was the desertion of two Albanian Air Force pilots, Agron Dajçi and Ardian Elezi, to Italy.
  • After completing his enlistment in the French Foreign Legion, he proceeded to the Israeli Embassy in Paris where he presented himself to the military attaché to answer for his previous desertion.

  • The Divorce (Insanity and Desertion) Act 1958 was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that modified the law relating to divorce to widen the definition of insanity and alleviate any hardships caused by the ability to divorce on the ground of desertion, as introduced in Matrimonial Causes Act 1937.
  • Confederate policies regarding desertion generally were severe.
  • Desertion refers to intentional and substantial abandonment, permanently or for a period of time stated by law, without legal excuse and without consent, of one's duties arising out of a status such as that of husband and wife or parent and child.
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