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- v. Present participle of install.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the act of installing something (as equipment).
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of installing something (as equipment)
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In that section the new road is right at the side of the old one but there seems to be some delay in installing overpasses for local communities.
So, each evening, they would send the days partially completed jeans out to a company that specialized in installing zippers.
But so far, the only physical assistance the Coast Guard approved toward fighting the oil intrusion is allowing fishermen trained in installing oil barrier buoys to place booms that could block some of the surface oil.
July 13th, 2009 10: 27 am ET this is a travesty of justice; trying to, and probably will succeed in installing this incompetent judge.
Streetline Inc., the San Francisco firm that makes the sensors, said it would soon begin installing and testing the system, which is similar to ones already at work in some California cities.
I haven't seen any difference in installing them in D: \ or in C: \.
The ports could begin installing eco-friendly feuling stations … biodiesel, solar electric, etc. to supplement the ship-produced power.
They believe in installing their nominee by demand and by force.
The equipment they are installing is micro-wavelength, high resolution, phased array and directional (120degree arc).
-- A coal-burning utility is investing in installing high-tech batteries to its grid.