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  • v. Present participle of decommission.


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  • For nuclear plants, the term decommissioning includes all clean-up of radioactivity and progressive dismantling of the plant.

    Decommissioning nuclear facilities

  • This was not the long-term decommissioning of a building, which can take a year.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • Their decommissioning is not a precondition to progress under the Agreement.

    Northern Ireland - The Way Ahead

  • There will be no deal unless "decommissioning" -- the disarming of paramilitaries -- goes much further than it has since 1998.


  • The disarmament of Northern Ireland's illegal militias would have to be completed by May 2000, with legislative sanctions to suspend the government if the so-called decommissioning of arms does not take place.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • And as we speak, Martin McGuiness, a senior figure in Sinn Fein, has announced that he will act as the overseer for Sinn Fein in connection with decommissioning, which is, again, another positive step along the process towards making the Good Friday agreement a reality and giving support for putting the process into effect.

    Press Briefing By Jim Steinberg And Mike Mccurry

  • The decommissioning was the EU's decision, and now it affects the competitiveness of Lithuanian companies. -- Top News

  • Mr Brown said The decommissioning was a "central part of moving Northern Ireland from violence to peace," said Mr Brown.

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  • The money to be set aside under the bill is to cover the difference between what the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission describes as decommissioning and the tougher standard required by the state of Vermont.

    D Mag - News

  • The decommissioning was a welcome start - and vindicated the tough stand we took in Parliament.

    Slugger O'Toole


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