dummy section

dummy section

[′dəm·ē ′sek·shən]
(computer science)
The part of an assembly language program in which the arrangement of the data in memory is specified. Abbreviated DSECT.
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The dummy section was pulled up to the casing, the casing was removed and then the dummy pipe pulled out of the hole at the north end.
As soon as the dummy section was pulled the casing was reinstalled (and surveyed to ensure it remained in the correct position) in preparation for the final line pull-in.