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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The Supreme committee will identify poor countries lacking in infrastructure and deliver the demounted parts to assist in developing them into small stadiums.
He also added that 451 constructions have been already demounted and another 177 will be demounted over the current year.
That's his second idea--a chiller box which is refrigerated on the move from the van's power and when demounted can be simply plugged into the mains to continue running the refrigeration unit.
Another alternative is to apply a more durable coating, but this process tends to be a long and costly one, as the mould must first be demounted, then sent to a specialist company for the removal of the old coat and the deposit of the new one, before being sent back and remounted.
Participants demand the meeting with President of the Republic Roza Otunbaeva.The head of Lenin administration Ilya Klimenko stated that seven shops we demounted at night, because they blocked the main entrance to the market.
In special version there is demounted and replayed with outputs from standard signals from sensors (temperature, bridges of strain gauges).
Venues for specialty sports like luge, speed skating, white water rafting and cycling are often temporary and demounted.
The complex structure is a triangulated lattice of flat stainless steel panels, joined by adjustable nodes, which are designed to enable the pavilion to be demounted on site and constructed quickly and economically.
Over 90 km of energy distribution line of 300 KV was demounted in the 1990s near the Azerbaijan-Georgia border.
The slides were then washed 8 times with 100 [micro]L PBS+T, demounted, rinsed once with PBS+T and twice with doubly distilled water, and dried by centrifugation at 1500g with a slide spinner (Abimed).
I have a 1915 Ford with rims that cannot be demounted. If you have a flat on the front, you have to remove the wheel bearings to remove the front tire to repair it.
The former consists of demounted electro-optic and Thales Mstar radar sensors set up on tripods up to 200 metres from the vehicle, while the latter has the same sensors on a mast that can extend up to ten metres.