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unload

[ən′lōd]
(computer science)
To remove or copy data from a computer system.

unload

To remove a program from memory or take a tape or disk out of its drive.
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(TAP) - Civil society activists in Gabes on Saturday observed a sit-in in front of the commercial port of Gabes to reiterate their refusal to unload a shipment of Petcoke they deemed polluting.
MRT-3 reports first unloading incident in 31 days !-- -- Robertzon Ramirez (The Philippine Star) - November 18, 2018 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines After 31 days of zero unloading incidents, the Metro Rail Transit-Line 3 (MRT-3) was compelled yesterday afternoon to unload more than 600 commuters after a northbound train developed "electrical failure." The MRT-3 said that 650 commuters were told to get off from the train upon reaching its Buendia station in Makati City at around 1:10 p.
A Russian plane landed at the Davao International Airport on Wednesday night reportedly to unload 'military supplies' for Zamboanga City.
"Tamang-tama, sa unang linggo ng September, unload na tayo kasi tapos na yung 12 days na fumigation.
For the first time in 11 days, the MRT management had to unload 1,000 passengers on a southbound train due to door malfunction.
He had unloaded 85 sacks when a few workers came and said they would unload the material and also demanded money for the sacks already unloaded.
Chen, "Dynamic characteristics experiment study of loading rock based on theory of load/ unload response ratio," Journal of China Coal Society, vol.
A good idea for sure, but what I would suggest as an even better idea is that companies instruct their staff that if a driver and his lorry pulls up outside their premises and wishes to unload and leaves their engine on, unloading will not commence until the engine is switched off.
Lack of silos means truck drivers wait for days to unload
At the Burnaston plant near Derby, two Thorworld systems are used to unload steel body parts from vehicle trailers, in which they are stored on site until needed.
The key to the technology is its ability to unload the hiomass and transport it away by conveyor at an extremely fast pace, eliminating the need for large, and costly, underground structures.
He was struck by a moving reel of paper nearly a metre wide and weighing around 1.5 tonnes whilst helping to unload a delivery to the Elland-based company.