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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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And, airliners and manufacturers will have to decide whether to meet that goal through ejectable black boxes or other technology.
One would be ejectable, the other not,'' a source close to Airbus explained to AFP.
ImTech announces new patent approval for thermally ejectable UV curable fluids.
including the use of ejectable capsules or recoverable reentry
Idealstor's FrankeNAS is an all-in-one disk storage and back up appliance that uses Raid5 redundancy and ejectable disk technology to provide a disk-to-disk storage solution.
The Canica[R] Ejectable BladeShield[TM] System retracts scalpel blades to protect against sharps injuries and allows the user to easily and safely unload used blades into a sharps container by slider activation.
Men and women united in thinking that a date in the stylish silver seducer with smoke screens, ejectable seats, .
The station consists of four components:- scientific instrumentation - depending on the mission: seismometer, magnetometer, geo-chemical probes, etc;- the station itself: a metal structure supporting the various scientific instruments;- the system used to convey the station to the sea bed and for its recovery;- advanced communication systems, using ejectable beacons (so-called "messengers" which record a sample of the data acquired by the station, are ejected by the station, and rise to the surface where they can be recovered) and an acoustic/satellite transmission link that permits scientists to maintain daily contact with the station and transmit orders.
To maintain these low fixed prices"--for instance, an ejectable payload on the spacecraft goes for $9 million--"it is necessary that SpaceDev be largely responsible for all aspects of the mission and spacecraft design and integration, i.
The myxozoan spore, 15 to 18 millimeters in diameter, contains highly differentiated cells: two valve cells that cover four end, or polar capsule, cells, which contain ejectable filaments.
I tediously adjusted the sensitivity of the sound, vibration, and light sensors, and covered the cameras with plastic bags and ejectable lens caps that would fly off when the cameras started shooting.