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takedown

[′tāk‚dau̇n]
(computer science)
The actions performed at the end of an equipment operating cycle to prepare the equipment for the next setup; for example, to remove the tapes from the tape handlers at the end of a computer run is a takedown operation.
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The second, and probably most important, line of takedown defense is the hands.
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The hard, glossy finish on the red Takedown Lite shown here is beautifully applied and--so far--impervious to the rough handling I've diligently applied to it.
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In short, the increasing use of takedowns shows demand for the DMCA.
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She also filed suit against Universal, claiming that its takedown notice to YouTube was improper because it did not account for fair use.