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- n. The process of disassembling.
- n. The code generated by a disassembler.
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- n. the act of taking something apart (as a piece of machinery)
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The most difficult point in disassembly was dealing with the catches over the CD/DVD drive.
The deputy secretary of energy, Daniel Poneman, called the disassembly "a milestone accomplishment."
This suggests an optimal value also arises for the transformation rate associated with capsid disassembly, which is exhibited by the mathematical model.
Understand good citizen the 'monied interests' on Wall Street are directly responsible for the 'disassembly' and subsequent destruction of our economy!
Ammunition demilitarisation involves destroying the inherent capabilities of the ammunition through a series of processes such as disassembly, size reduction, melt-out of explosives and incineration of non-recyclable explosives, the company said in a statement.
"I helped with the 'disassembly' of the original studio in October 2007 and went out at least once a week during the summer to help Frank and the students.
The plant is the nation's only nuclear weapons assembly and disassembly facility.
The B53's disassembly ends the era of big megaton bombs, said Hans Kristensen, a spokesman for the Federation of American Scientists.
Since the B53 was made using older technology by engineers who have since retired or died, developing a disassembly process took time.
It was not until 1997, when the bunker-busting B-61-11s were deployed, that retirement of B-53s began - but not disassembly.
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