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evacuate

[i′vak·yə‚wāt]
(science and technology)
To remove something, especially gases and vapors, from an enclosure, such as from the envelope of an electron tube, or from a well. Also known as exhaust.
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'To this end, Air Peace is willing to support the Nigerian government's effort in this matter by deploying our B777 aircraft immediately to South Africa to evacuate Nigerians back home.
Was looking at my in-flight drinks, could smell fumes, then just had a warning from the 'evacuate, evacuate' and I'm sliding down some slide."
The land grabber has also taken a stay order which was rejected by the court and he was reluctant to evacuate the land.
Thanks to all staff for evacuating promptly & safely" | Fire crews evacuate Coleg Cambria after a blaze broke out in the nursery
Damascus Countryside, SANA -- Procedures to evacuate the eighth batch of terrorists of Joubar, Zamalka, Ein Tarma and Erben in Eastern Ghouta along with their families to Idleb started on Saturday paving the way for state institutions to come back to the area.
"We really ask people in the danger zone to evacuate immediately because there's a potential for a bigger eruption," said Sutopo, a spokesman for Indonesia's disaster mitigation agency (BNPB).
The school took the decision to evacuate as a precautionary measure, as police officers arrived at the scene.
PNN/ Jerusalem/ Abu Farha Family in Ras al- Amud neighborhood in Silwan, Jerusalem, started evacuating their house after receiving a notice from the Israeli Municipality in Jerusalem giving the family 5 days to evacuate their house as Israeli forces are going to demolish the house under the pretext of having no building permit.
The decision was not executed because residents refused to evacuate the building.
"WHO is calling for the immediate establishment of humanitarian routes to evacuate sick and wounded from the eastern part of the city," WHO spokeswoman Fadela Chaib told a news briefing in Geneva.