Dismantle


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Dismantle

To take apart a structure piece by piece, often with the intention of reassembling it or moving it elsewhere for reconstruction.
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These attachments, used with the SK3500D, can efficiently dismantle low-rise and medium-height buildings.
He is also supposed to disarm and dismantle the militant groups.
Either we reconfigure the data we have according to this model or let's just dismantle communication now
The technicians don't actually dismantle the plutonium itself.
He said Iran is committed to implementing the nuclear agreement, and that agreement requires Iran to dismantle some centrifuges in order to receive sanctions relief.
the labor to dismantle the product, and based upon experience, guess work or the more mundane facts of business, such as space and labor availability.
The LMDC has faced several challenges in trying to dismantle the 41-story office building that has been an eyesore to lower Manhattan since September 11.
PALMDALE - A Lancaster couple must dismantle a gate and barbed wire fence they erected alongside a dirt road that leads to their house in a dispute with a carrot-growing operation, a judge ruled Monday.
Labor groups, environmental activists, and shipping experts have begun finalizing international guidelines that would reduce threats from toxic substances released during the ship scrapping process and would protect the health and safety of laborers who dismantle ships.
The main task for Russia is how to dispose of plutonium which arises from the dismantling of nuclear weapons and how to dismantle and dispose of decrepit nuclear-powered submarines.
paragraph] Seek agreement to dismantle all warheads and missiles removed from service under START I, START II, and unilateral undertakings.
Zarif said Iran "did not agree to dismantle anything" as part of the agreement.