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uncouple

[¦ən′kəp·əl]
(engineering)
To unscrew or disengage.
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Different parts of the color pattern are uncoupled.
Because fixing to the walls was not possible, the structural components are fixed to the ceiling by means of an uncoupled continuous bracket connected to the concrete joists of the existing ceiling.
Large enterprises have long benefited from SAN technologies in which storage is uncoupled from servers and attached to the network, but traditional SANs have been difficult to deploy and maintain," said Jeff Price, senior director in the Windows Server Division at Microsoft.
If I'm having a tough time, I'd prefer not to be consciously uncoupled from a chick flick, bottle of vino and tub of Caramel Chew Chew.
Prolyl 4-hydroxylase and lysyl hydroxylase are known also to catalyze an uncoupled decarboxylation of 2-oxoglutarate in the absence of the peptide substrate.
The theme that developing Asia (excluding Japan) has gradually uncoupled its economy from that of the G3 (US, euro zone and Japan) has attracted a lot of attention in recent years.
Tanaka, will run as separate wagering interests after Hollywood Park got an OK from state authorities to run commonly owned horses uncoupled in Grade I races.
The vacuum brake booster has become redundant, while the brake pedal and master brake cylinder become a single operating mechanism that is hydraulically uncoupled from the rest of the system by valves, and serves only to record the brake request.
Cornell did as well, but, like Warhol, he was a bachelor machine, and the erotic workings of the uncoupled are for many hard to discern.
Although the filler guns must be coupled and uncoupled manually, the rotary unlocking mechanism leaves part of the gun in the mold so that there will be no misalignment the next time the mold is installed.
The train began moving after the electric locomotive was uncoupled but before the steam engine could be attached.
But Frankel liked Milwaukee Brew the best of the two, and he was asked what he thought the son of Wild Again's odds might have been if he'd run uncoupled.