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- adj. capable of being dismounted
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- That may be dismounted.
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Experience has shown that dismountable protection devices are often not returned to their appropriate place after removal.
The AN/VRC-91 provides long-range (up to 35 kilometers) and short-range dismountable (up to 8 kilometers) operation in two nets simultaneously.
The AN/VRC-91 is a vehicle-mounted, dual-radio configuration consisting of one long-range and one short-range dismountable, solid-state, securable transceiver intended for VHF-FM tactical operations.
Pinning, known as pegging or dowelling in woodworking, allows rigid but dismountable joints to be made.
It will be dismountable so that it can be sold and placed elsewhere after the exhibition is over.
There were five dismountable roof sections, one of sheet steel, four of bulletproof transparent plastic.
Mr. Luthra said the models of Hampi monuments would be dismountable since the show travels to 20 districts.
The Pentagon has paid $2 million to Murtech to provide "logistics and engineering" for tests of joint dismountable reconnaissance systems, emergency tools and kits that troops can use to evaluate the environment when a release of biological or chemical agents is suspected.
a type of soldier more exactly suited to the needs of the game, including tray carriers for troops in formation and (what is at present not attainable) dismountable cavalry that will stand.
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