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unload

[ən′lōd]
(computer science)
To remove or copy data from a computer system.

unload

To remove a program from memory or take a tape or disk out of its drive.
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Max Vac vacuums clean up plant spills, convey, reclaim, load, unload, and pick up materials at points simultaneously with a central manifold system (portable, stationary, towable, or dump-truck mounted).
If it comes in by truck or rail to a consumer, they can unload it right from the vehicle into their stockpile or direct-charge it into the furnace," he adds.
You will need to reuse the shields or bands when you unload unfired rockets.
Brian Blackband died after he tumbled to the ground while trying to unload supplies.
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Rockford chose Unicenter TSreorg for Oracle and Unicenter Fast Unload for Oracle to optimize performance from its databases while enabling its DBA staff to do more administration without investing extra hours.
Unless something is done, customs officials and British troops will unload the tea the next day.
NEON Unload is designed to increase IMS database availability by reducing unload times by 85% or more.
You can stop to load or unload from parking bays (meters, residents' bays etc.
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