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removal

As used in the UK, removal refers to the constellation of transitioning activities from one physical location to another.
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Browning's father thenceforth treated her as one dead, but the removal from her morbid surroundings largely restored her health for the remaining fifteen years of her life.
With regard to the expense of this removal, he would say, at a rough calculation, that two or three silver tea or coffee-pots, with something additional for drink (such as a muffineer, or toast- rack), would more than cover it.
A household removals van, in charge of four men, had halted at the gate.
But your firm,"--the woman was wailing to the furniture removals men--"your firm promised me everything should be in yesterday.
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Younis: In 2005, Adkins and Friedman looked at the surgical indications for tube removal and the subsequent outcomes in 82 children (111 ears).
Pneumatic traverse robots provide cost-effective, reliable and flexible part and sprue removal for two- and three-plate molds on 50- to 500-ton machines.
The Cherokee's 1,000-mile march was the result of the Indian Removal Act that President Andrew Jackson signed into law in 1830.
Identifying architectural barriers is necessary and their removal is required when the program itself cannot be revised to provide accessibility.
Although reasons for dam removal have included safety concerns and high maintenance costs, environmental restoration has increasingly been used to justify the action.