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uncouple

[¦ən′kəp·əl]
(engineering)
To unscrew or disengage.
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The guide includes practical information on how truck and trailer parking brake systems operate and step by step photographic sequences for the coupling and uncoupling procedures which should be adopted by drivers.
KeedeRoll[TM] 300 - A waterproof uncoupling mat designed to keep tiles isolated and prevent any transfer of cracks.
This process has been predicted to be associated with uncoupling mitochondrial respiratory chain from ATP biosynthesis which may involve ATP depletion and cell death.
According to the concept of conscious uncoupling, we need to release the belief structure that surrounds a marriage and dismantle the rigid thought process.
Examining the uncoupling myth is crucial for the GCC economies since with the exception of Bahrain the bulk of exports of the other five states are sold in Asia (see table).
Uncoupling effect of the general anesthetic 2,6-diisopropylphenol in isolated rat liver mitochondria.
Uncoupling proteins (UCPs) [5] comprise a complex of several related proteins that may significantly regulate energy utilization.
Loomis also points out that repetitive coupling and uncoupling puts the machine at greater risk for contaminant ingestion every time a hydraulic line is removed and re-installed.
This industrial offering will complement the existing network of ABB Motor Service Partners, who will continue to offer customers, including those supplied by Hagemeyer, services such as fitting and uncoupling of motors and application engineering.
The uncoupling of marriage and parenthood seems very conveniently in step with the anti-religious, "free-spirited" zeitgeist which has pervaded the province ever since the heady days of the Quiet Revolution.
Oddly, Mills accuses the orthodox feminists of uncoupling physical and emotional abuse and focusing only on physical abuse as an appropriate area of legal intervention.