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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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The application of cylinder deactivation to three cylinder, 1 litre engines is a departure from the norm and present challenges which include the uncertain effects on thermal behaviour of deactivating one of three cylinders.
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The agency declined to specify whether it utilized a numerical threshold for how many visits back and forth to Syria would warrant an interview with UNHCR, but deactivation occurs "based on the reasons for return and duration of their stay in Syria," spokesperson Sleiman says.
Depending on the load given by the driver and the battery's state of charge the ICE can sustain the electric motor with partial or full torque and power with or without cylinder deactivation.
The faulty deactivation switch can leak hydraulic fluid, overheat and then burn even with the ignition turned off.
The deactivation ceremony took place on 29 January with current and former squadron members gathering to say farewell to the Checkmates and the S-3B Viking.
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The deactivation was made possible by proactive planning and trial and error in the execution process.
announced that its low-profile bi-optic bar code scanning technology is now enhanced with anti-theft tag deactivation capabilities from ADT, a provider of security solutions.
It has already published a draft recommendation, and recommends, unless the consumer decides otherwise, automatic deactivation at the checkout when an RFID application processes personal data or when the impact assessment, carried out beforehand by the industry, reveals a "strong probability" that private data could be produced.
SAN FRANCISCO -- One reason that few implantable cardioverter defibrillators get shut off to prevent a painful, unnecessary shock near the end of a patient's life is that physicians disagree about who should begin the deactivation discussion, Dr.
In addition, some physicians prefer further aggressive medical treatments and postpone discussing deactivation of implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs), according to a survey mailed to 4,876 physicians and completed by 558.