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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-ăk-tĭ-vā′shŭn) [″ + activus, acting]
The process of becoming or making inactive.
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Most commonly however, cylinder deactivation is applied to particular cylinders and achieved by cutting fuel supply and disabling intake and exhaust valve actuation, leaving the valves closed.
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).
Cylinder deactivation is among a number of fuel efficiency solutions Ford is investigating for the 1.0-litre EcoBoost, at its European research centre in Aachen, Germany.
UNHCR began registering Syrians as refugees at the end of 2011 in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey, and deactivation procedures began in 2012.
"In deference to the neighborhood and neighbors, the city will undertake the implementation and activation of the new signal and deactivation of the old signal in a careful and thoughtful sequence.''
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.
Volkswagen AG (Xetra: VW), a Germany-based automaker, is equipping its Polo hatchback with an ACT cylinder deactivation system.
The abstract for the patent states that it is for "an apparatus for concentration and deactivation of actinide nuclear materials having a pair of spaced apart electrodes made of a composite material including at least one oxide, at least one carbon-containing material and lead, a nuclear waste water stream flowing between the electrodes, and a DC power supply operably connected with the electrodes."
The procedure for a Division to request and implement voluntary deactivation of the Division shall be in accordance with policies set forth by Council.
Asscher's (2008) philosophical approach identified deactivation as killing, not letting die.
The inertness of these liners is due to a new deactivation process that passivates the liner and packing so that they are inert to a variety of reactive analytes.