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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In preparation, the council has gone out to tender for a contractor to dismantle the pier.
The SK3500D can directly dismantle a 21-story building from the ground.
Its first phase calls for Sharon to dismantle only the settlement outposts that Israelis have erected in the last two years.
In May, the NHSA warned that a bill introduced to dismantle Head Start would seriously damage the program by turning it over to the states.
But in order to dismantle borders and allow barriers to be crossed, it is imperative to go beyond socialization around the issue of racism and participate in a critical dialogue.
I need an answer to one question - Do we dismantle Corporate Communication?
According to one source, technicians at the heavily guarded facility dismantle seven warheads each day, following stringent safety regulations.
An independent pilot project near Berlin, sponsored by the Federal Environment Minister and the Technical Inspection Association (TUV) reportedly will employ about 40 workers to dismantle around 30 cars per day.
An ultimate adverse outcome could force ILA to dismantle the plant, which cost $155 million to construct.
Under the deal with the Big Six, Iran is required to dismantle two-thirds of its centrifuges.
Britain must dismantle and recycle its own ageing fleet, in the correct environment and with the skilled, safety conscious workforce that this activity demands.