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  • verb Present participle of deactivate.

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Examples

  • The company tries to hang on to defecting users by promoting a halfway measure called "deactivating" an account, which merely hides you from the Facebook membership but keeps your information on the social network's servers in case you wish to "reactivate" later.

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  • Whatever it was, somehow I happened on the idea of deactivating All in One SEO Pack.

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  • Up to and including the idea of deactivating the robots who knew about the Beddle kidnapping.

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  • It will also give you the option of freezing the date upon closing the document, i.e. "deactivating" the document at close time.

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  • The Georgia Department of Transportation issued a statement at 6 a.m. "deactivating" its emergency operations.

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  • The Georgia Department of Transportation issued a statement at 6 a.m. "deactivating" its emergency operations.

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  • It was only by "deactivating" this brain area that the musicians were able to spontaneously invent new melodies.

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  • If there is harm, is the best way to dissallow them access by "deactivating" them in the control panel?

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  • Thermage has also implemented a new pricing strategies that charge the physician for each Thermage treatment by 'deactivating' the Thermage treatment tip after a predetermined number of pulses or specific length of time, even if the Thermage tip could still be used.

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  • Russell said while deactivating the G.A.P.S., and air filled up the cockpit.

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