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disable

[dis′ā·bəl]
(computer science)
To prevent some action from being carried out.
To turn off a computer system or a piece of equipment.

disable

To turn off; deactivate. See disabled.
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This article analyses the meanings assigned to disablement based on the military habitus of the professionals and managers of the Brazilian Navy (BN) involved in standardizing, coordinating, enforcing and overseeing the PAE (Special Care Program) in Rio de Janeiro.
Under Section 142, it states, permanent disablement means (a) permanent damage to either eye or ear or any part of the body or joints (2) permanent disfiguration of the head or face.
The Lifeline Express, the world's first hospital on rails, is an initiative against avoidable disablement. Avoidable disablement has been on the national agenda for decades, highlighted by the suffering of those in rural India where medical services are scarce or nonexistent.
Disablement work continued at the Yongbyon complex in January 2009 despite continuing disagreement over verification measures for the declaration.
North Korea has slowed the pace of the disablement work, complaining about the delay in energy aid shipments.
"Since it is preparing to restart the facilities at Yongbyon, the DPRK [Democratic People's Republic of Korea] has informed the IAEA that our monitoring activities would no longer be appropriate," the UN nuclear watchdog said.It said the North "informed IAEA inspectors that effective immediately, access to facilities at Yongbyon would no longer be permitted" and "also stated that it has stopped its [nuclear] disablement work".The IAEA said its inspection team would remain on the site until told otherwise by the authorities.The US state department said it does not view North Korea's statement as the end of a six-nation agreement on ending North Korea's nuclear programme.
North Korea stopped disablement work at the Yongbyon complex last month and began work to restore the facilities this month to counter a U.S.
The disablement, financed and supervised by the US, had been expected to miss the deadline for technical reasons.
The policy excluded disablement resulting from permanent total disablement attributable to arthritic or other degenerative conditions.
You have to map the turbocharger and control that map." Valve disablement systems in order to shut off cylinders to minimize fuel use?
Of course, I am sorry for loss or disablement of loved ones, but you are sent out to fight and to kill if necessary.

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