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eject

[ē′jekt]
(computer science)
To move the printing mechanism to the top of the following page, skipping the remainder of the current page.
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According to Reuters, the investment bank said that it could eject Nigeria from its key bond index by next year and said that the move may be avoided if the nation restores liquidity to currency markets so that foreign investors tracking the benchmark are able to transact with minimal hurdles.
Easily adaptable to any make and model of articulated off-highway truck as well as a number of rigid frame trucks, PHIL Rear Eject Bodies curtail the challenges associated with traditional dump bodies.
We compared the time used for ejection of real cowbird eggs to that for artificial cowbird eggs because the latter may be more difficult to eject and may not reflect ejection times of real eggs (Martin-Vivaldi et al.
Then, adjust the cam only if it becomes necessary--when the stub bases eject too slowly because of cold weather.
Dispute: Einstein's discovery of light behavior was a result of studying the photoelectric effect: When you shine a certain type of light beam on a metal plate, the energy from the light causes the plate to eject electrons.
Known as AVEL, EDO's LAU-142/A AMRAAM Vertical Ejection Launcher carries and ejects missiles from internal bays.
When Craig was serving with the RAF he had to eject from the cockpit of a Lightning jet fighter just seconds before it crashed.
The solo pilot was showered with shards of Perspex but chose not to eject.
The pilot managed to eject as the Hawk trainer jet crashed near the perimeter fence of the RAF base, said a spokeswoman.