decommissioned love

Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of decommission.

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Examples

  • It's a very difficult number to deal with, because what we've done is we've, quote unquote, "decommissioned" some of the warheads.

    Irwin Redlener on surviving a nuclear attack

  • Netezza also "decommissioned" machines at 19 small accounts that accounted for under $300,000 in sales in fiscal 2010, and the official tally of customers, according to Patrick Scannell, Netezza's chief financial officer, stood at 325 at the end of the quarter.

    The Register

  • Take this section where team Blair are waiting for news from John de Chastelain on whether the IRA have "decommissioned" a weapons cache.

    BlogCymru.com

  • DUBLIN (Reuters) - Nationalized Anglo Irish Bank (ANGIB. UL) will be "decommissioned," with

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • DUBLIN (Reuters) - Nationalized Anglo Irish Bank ANGIB. UL will be "decommissioned," with a decision on its fate expected within a few weeks, a junior government minister was quoted on

    Reuters: Top News

  • The equipment had been "decommissioned" but was valued at nearly $10 million, the San Antonio Express-News reported Friday.

    Kentucky.com: Homepage

  • Routes that aren't specifically designated for use will be "decommissioned" and the terrain rehabilitated.

    Aspen Times - Top Stories

  • "decommissioned," leaving the British unable to launch a plane at sea until at least 2019.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • "decommissioned" within 48 hours of the time it was turned in.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Eat outside on a table made of decommissioned ironing boards.

    Where to eat in San Francisco from $2

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