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  • n. The replacement of a part for a better one, especially during maintenance

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Examples

  • Plus changeout to a scooter, motorcycle, or solar energy weekend.

    A 200 mile EV or a 13 mile PHEV? You choose.

  • As currently planned, the changeout will have no affect on the current launch date 4/24.

    NASA Watch: Shuttle News 1997-2003: December 2000 Archives

  • RALEIGH, N.C. - Fujitsu Ltd. is boosting efforts to adapt its digital exchange to the U.S. network, in anticipation of the $40 billion public switch changeout expected in the United States over the next 10 to 15 years.

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  • Yet again the margin profile and earnings power of the company is unaffected by that, actually improved by that changeout of High Velocity revenue for enterprise infrastructure and diversified manufacturing services.

  • This detailed description from PDARepairWord. com covers the housing changeout proceedure on the BlackBerry 8300 series in great detail.

    WN.com - Business News

  • Batteries have been replaced one time at the cost of $3K for the changeout of 20 batteries.

    WN.com - Articles related to Oman Bedouins see two sides of tourism coin

  • As a result, NASA managers decided Sunday to defer more routine tasks in an already planned spacewalk Thursday and to proceed instead with a pump module changeout, a job that will require two spacewalks to complete.

    CNET News.com

  • Wood Appliance Changeout and Retrofits: Hoosier will sponsor a wood-burning appliance changeout and retrofit project.

    USDOJ: Justice News

  • According to Julie Rico, who has owned the lease for the wine bar space and the Weeneez hot dog shop next door since at least 2006, Saturday's early morning changeout was simply a business move.

    blogdowntown: Life in Downtown Los Angeles (Stories+Headlines)

  • FE-6 Walker completed the standard changeout of the TOCA's WWB (Waste Water Bag), replacing the old bag with a new spare.

    SpaceRef Top Stories

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