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remove

Brit (in certain schools) a class or form, esp one for children of about 14 years, designed to introduce them to the greater responsibilities of a more senior position in the school
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Clean the nozzle housing front and back to remove enough plastic around the nozzle body so it can easily enter the back of the cavity without interference.
Los Angeles County supervisors voted 3-2 in 2004 to remove the cross after receiving a letter from the ACLU, threatening suit.
received a $300,000 grant in May of 2005 to remove about 2,000 large, hard-to-dispose tires from the site.
With millions of people around the world facing potential adverse health effects from this contaminant, the need for effective, affordable ways to remove arsenic from drinking water is critical.
As a practical matter don't run Remove Hidden Data until you're ready to publish or send the sensitive file to its intended recipient because it will permanently erase all collaboration material.
The GE SmartWater ($22) received a "very good" score from CR and is designed to remove sediments and cysts.
These filters remove oil and water droplets and particulate contamination with an efficiency of 99.
Remove dough from refrigerator, and on a lightly floured work surface, roll to 10X14-inches and 1/8-inch thick.
Is it technically feasible to use organically tailored synthetic zeolites to remove dissolved and colloidal substances (DCS) from synthetic process water?
There is debate as to who should remove the old cable.
Older plants have a single tank designed to remove phosphate and nitrate from sludge, but newer facilities use several such tanks and retain sludge considerably longer, says environmental chemist Thomas A.
Several attempts to remove the foreign body, including a Foley catheter technique, failed.