demount


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demount

[dē′mau̇nt]
(computer science)
To take out a magnetic storage medium from a device that reads or writes on it.
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"Just one person working on their own can demount the trailer and leave it standing on its legs, driving the flatbed away."
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Mike Kelly, the local historian, walked to the grave with Marion Demount, whose husband, Eric, was Kitty's great-great-grandson.
We had to demount the sculptures from the wall an d take them in pieces to Anopol's plant in Birmingham for electropolishing."
Some people suggest that you demount your fuel tank and clean it at a radiator shop.
To demount even one stack, it is essential to start at the top; to do otherwise would cause the whole structure to fall down.
Such systems involve much more than the use of robotic servers to rapidly mount and demount data cartridges and cassettes.
There is a partially demountable wall: The wall separating the classrooms does not demount fully, but only enough for access between classrooms.
We have found the demount wall partitions to be very efficient.
These 180[degrees] quick fit hinges permit rapid door mounting and demount by use of a removable hinge pin which also locks the hinge into place.
One person is able to install and demount the system by using an Allen key, which allows maintenance staff to quickly gain access to the guarded area to carry out repairs.