Definitions for "Evacuation"
Nazi euphemism for deportation. The forced relocation of Jews and Gypsies as well as Slavic native populations from their homes to other localities, usually to ghettos or concentration camps, labor camps and killing centers. Nazis referred to deportations as "evacuations" or "resettlements" to disguise this component of mass murder.
The forced removal of Japanese Americans in early 1942 from the West Coast. They were forbidden to return. The government called this an "evacuation," a euphemism that implies it was done as a precaution for Japanese Americans' own safety, when in fact, it was motivated by economic greed and racial prejudice. "Mass removal" and "exclusion" are better terms for the event, because Japanese Americans were expelled from the West Coast and forbidden to return.
the removal of people from a place, often to protect Them.
Keywords:  safe, town, withdraw, supervised, caine
Withdrawal of troops from a town, fortress, etc.
The withdrawal of occupants from a building. Evacuation does not include relocation of occupants within a building.
The process of leaving a potentially dangerous area
A protective action intended to prevent or reduce exposure to radioactive materials. In an evacuation you would be instructed to leave your home and go outside the Emergency Planning Zone to a Reception and Care Center.
the act of evacuating; leaving a place in an orderly fashion; especially for protection
A physical process for extracting gas from a vessel. Evacuation techniques fall into two common categories: Gas transfer pumps evacuate gas via an inlet and outlet to the outside atmosphere. Gas-binding vacuum pumps operate in self-contained fashion within the vessel, by binding gas molecules to their interior surfaces.
Keywords:  evadne, evagoras
Evadne Evagoras
Keywords:  nullification, abolition
Abolition; nullification.
Keywords:  sitcom, todd, malcolm, murphy, neil
a rare event requiring written reports to the company and written reports available to the FAA
Evacuation is the 24th episode of the second season of the FOX Network sitcom Malcolm in the Middle. Written by Gary Murphy and Neil Thompson, and directed by Todd Holland, it aired on May 13, 2001.
Voidance of any matter by the natural passages of the body or by an artificial opening; defecation; also, a diminution of the fluids of an animal body by cathartics, venesection, or other means.
In the event of a medical Emergency, where Treatment is not available at the place of the incident this refers to the costs incurred in moving an Insured Person from the place of incident to the nearest country with appropriate medical facilities, as determined by the attending Medical Practitioner or Specialist in conjunction with medical advisors.
Removal of personnel from a dangerous area, in particular, a HAZMAT incident, burning building, or other emergency. Also refers to act of removing firefighters from a structure in danger of collapsing.
The process of moving casualties from a battlefield and subsequently of moving them along the chain of evacuation, as necessary; the clearance of personnel or material or both from a given locality.
The act of emptying, clearing of the contents, or discharging.
That which is evacuated or discharged; especially, a discharge by stool or other natural means.
the bodily process of discharging waste matter
Evacuation is a television series broadcast on CBBC in the UK.
Keywords:  bowel, disaster, war, movement, word
Another word for a bowel movement.
the movement of people out of an area because of war or disaster