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detrainment

[dē′trān·mənt]
(meteorology)
The transfer of air from an organized air current to the surrounding atmosphere.
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as was the custom at that time, the Albuquerque Journal stated that Kate Smith was coming through Albuquerque on the Super Chief, and would detrain to greet the crowd.
The bottom line--the decision to detrain depends on your goals.
Majors are often restricted in their task performance, being specialized for defense and/or food storage (Wilson 1984; Sempo & Detrain 2004; Brown & Traniello 1998; Seid & Traniello 2006).
289-308 in Information Processing in Social Insects, Claire Detrain, J.
On the north side, visitors will be able to detrain at the Lankershim subway terminus and wander through the NoHo Arts District and its arts and entertainment-related business activities.
1991; Seeley, 1995; Fitzgerald, 1995; Detrain et al.