Example sentences for: decommissioning

How can you use “decommissioning” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • In Britain, the Daily Telegraph led Friday with the claim that British Prime Minister Tony Blair has softened his stance on decommissioning.

  • The Irish News , a Roman Catholic paper based in Belfast, led with the Irish Republican Army's appointment of a go-between to discuss arms decommissioning with an independent body headed by Canadian Gen.

  • The main charges against him are that he keeps inventing artificial negotiating deadlines that aren't kept and that he "wavered wildly" in his approach to the all-important decommissioning issue.

  • But O'Brien, who has always been opposed to making deals with Sinn Fein, noted that there was now less open emphasis in Ireland on peace than on a breakthrough for Irish nationalism, and he added that an article in the Sunday Business Post--the Dublin newspaper most sympathetic to Sinn Fein--had rather given the game away with an article that said, "[T]he IRA, which is likely to maintain its ceasefire for several months, will almost certainly resist any attempt to accede to unionist demands for actual decommissioning of weapons by early summer."

  • Peter Robinson, a Democratic Unionist Party MP, echoed this sentiment in the Sunday Telegraph : "We shouldn't be sitting down with Sinn Fein at all until [there is] substantial decommissioning."


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