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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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'If they did not remove it, the debris will be auctioned so that the site is cleared,' he said.
This should provide users with more than enough time to correct a mistake or remove a message that was not supposed to be sent to a certain person.
Remove glue surrounding the port that would be visible outside your computer (it is hot glue, so it should be easy, and won't be as messy as you might think).
It directed the authorities concerned to remove his name from the ECL.
On pre-64 models, with the hammer let all the way down, remove the mainspring screw and mainspring from the lower tang.
If this is your preference I would advise using a temperature controller instead of a torch to heat up the nozzles just enough (usually around 250 to 300 F) to remove the plastic easily, which makes this operation safer and won't stink up the shop.
Lehighton, Pa., received a $300,000 grant in May of 2005 to remove about 2,000 large, hard-to-dispose tires from the site.
While it's possible to remove the software with Windows Explorer, there's a good chance you will not get rid of all of it.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the state of Colorado, has gone a step farther in capitalizing on that characteristic with a new class of amended silicate sorbents that remove even more arsenic from water, and do it more easily and more cheaply.
Liposuction can remove fat cells, but--unlike diet and exercise--it may not cut your risk of heart disease and diabetes.
But since we had reached consensus, we were able to resist attempts to remove words which the Government found awkward.