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unwind

[¦ən′wīnd]
(computer science)
In computers, to rearrange and code a sequence of instructions to eliminate red-tape operations.
(mechanical engineering)
To reverse the direction of rotation of a threaded device.
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Aztech Converting Systems offers standard modular unwind and rewind systems.
Barclaycard Unwind gives customers access to the events they want to see, including music, comedy, exhibitions and theatre, through partnerships with UK entertainment events and brands such as the Mercury Prize, The Ticket Factory, AEG and British Summer Time.
The company expects that more carriers and tourism industries will feature KOMA UNWIND in the near future through its partnership with Avanti.
In this case it is possible to safely unwind from packages of smaller radius even at higher unwinding velocities.
This is closely followed by taking a bath - 55% find this helps them to unwind.
They feel they need to unwind before the week starts again.
The cord is separated in the middle so that when you pull on both ends, they unwind at the same rate.
Optimum format flexibility in conversion relies on the ability to quickly load different reel sizes onto the sheeter and automate the unwind process.
The CompuSheeter II offers such options as razor slitting, score slitting, shear slitting, ultrasonic slitting, multiple unwind, unwind roll lift, variable edge cutting, unwind capacity up to 10,000 lbs.
Stressed out Midlanders are turning to computer games to beat the blues and unwind.
Four wines are joining Tesco's own-label Unwind range next month, taking the total number to 10.
Bell has been teaching relaxation techniques for a number of years, helping her clients unwind.