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reassembly

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Since the gun was already disassembled, I decided to reassemble it first and then go through the entire disassembly and reassembly operation to best describe it here.
Despite the obstacles posed by the contractor's idiosyncrasies, the museum has nearly finished reassembly of the 1,700-SF Bachman Wilson House.
After cleaning the die, reassembly is said to be simple.
The labor hours and skill level required for disassembly and reassembly to replace basic components, plus the cost of those components, will determine the true ease of maintenance for a hot-manifold system.
Just a mile or so from this office, a used hot rolling mill is being dismantled and shipped to Shenyang, China, for reassembly.
A particular advantage of exonuclease-mediated reassembly methods is the ability to reassemble nucleic acid strands that would otherwise be problematic to chimerize.
Last year's cars were kept by their sponsors and will be taken apart for reassembly by the new teams, organizers said.
DNA reassembly after the caspases tear it apart should result in many gene mutations.
Anthroposomething shows a jumble of organic forms that appear to be awaiting reassembly into structural coherence.
This reassembly then enabled the authors to attempt an explanation of the deeper meaning of the library's decoration that Zellotti's learned Benedictine patrons had devised for him to give pictorial form.
REAS) A ship may survive disassembly and subsequent reassembly of
Provides complete visibility to all signaling with 3G deciphering and RLC/MAC reassembly features;