For the death of one of its members cannot, I am determined, dissolve the T.C.B.S… Yes, publish….
The critical decision to dissolve the Iraqi Army in 2003 was a fact on the ground before the White House was informed.
Remember that satirical Brecht line about it being perhaps easier for the government to dissolve the people and elect a new one?
We need to dissolve the current parliament...I don't think we will go to democracy through the dictatorial constitution.
One proposal is to dissolve the parliament and end the emergency laws that grant power to the police.
We calculated to dissolve the partnership and strike out for ourselves elsewhere.
Besides, as he said to a colleague, "If we did not dissolve we would be showing the white feather."
Then dissolve Ambergrise and Musk, of each a scruple, in a few ounces of the water, which filtre and put to the rest.
dissolve an ounce of isinglass in as much warm water as will cover it.
dissolve half a cake of compressed yeast in one cupful of milk, and add two cupfuls of flour, or enough to make a sponge.
dissolve dis·solve (dĭ-zŏlv')
v. dis·solved, dis·solv·ing, dis·solves
To pass or cause to pass into a solution, as salt in water.
To become or cause to become liquid; melt.
To cause to disintegrate or become disintegrated.
The gradual blending of one scene into the next in motion pictures or television; also, a device that causes this effect (1912+)
: Dissolve to a closeup of the house
[The use of the term in Victorian magic lantern shows is attested in 1845]