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deactivation

 [de-ak″tĭ-va´shun]
the process of making or becoming inactive.

de·ac·ti·va·tion

(dē'ak-ti-vā'shŭn),
Process of rendering or of becoming inactive.

deactivation

[dē·ak′tivā′shən]
Etymology: L, de, from, activus, active
the process of becoming or making something inactive or inoperable.

deactivation

(dē-ăk-tĭ-vā′shŭn) [″ + activus, acting]
The process of becoming or making inactive.
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Pricing Based on the fuel economy saving and the CO2 reduction potential, cylinder deactivation systems are expected to cost between $ and $ .
cable and restraint deactivation of the generator in case of contact failure, double gel, pediatric, individual packaging, disposable.
Mode Deactivation Therapy is a behavioral therapy that is a derivative of selected principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Linehan's (1993) Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Hayes (1980s) Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (act), and Kolenberg and Tsai's (1993) Functional Analytical Therapy (FAP).
Now, their catalyst layer management services are allowing companies to expertly manage their plant's catalysts and to plan ahead for potential deactivation challenges in future.
To enable cylinder deactivation to take place at a wider range of engine loads and speeds they developed a new dual mass flywheel which also minimized noise, vibration and harshness levels.
Inform the consumer, three days before the expiry of the validity period of STV, through SMS, the due date of renewal, the charges for renewal, the terms and conditions of renewal, the toll free short code for deactivation of STV.
Chemical engineers from Europe and Brazil address both fundamental and applied aspects of the mechanisms of solid catalyst deactivation, and measures to prevent such deactivation or to reactivate the catalyst.
Two-thirds of the latest biometric deactivations were caused by contingency staff working at the border who - according to Border Force managers - had not received proper training.
There shall be no deactivation if the balance in pre-paid consumer account is a[sup.
Volkswagen AG (Xetra: VW), a Germany-based automaker, is equipping its Polo hatchback with an ACT cylinder deactivation system.
In the report filed with the ministry, Ford said an improper structure in the deactivation switch of the automated cruise control, which enables drivers to drive cars at a certain speed without stepping down on the pedal, could cause a fire as brake fluid may leak and produce heat.
In the future, its application could be extended to 4-cylinder in-line engines, representative of the great majority of European applications, provided that a way can be found to relieve the problems of vibration and roughness resulting from the deactivation.