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Word: dismantle

Definition: take apart; disassemble


Sentences Containing 'dismantle'

A special U2 edition was announced on October 26, 2004, to cross-market U2's "How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb" album.
Apparently the "crash dive" concept had not yet been thought of, as this would take considerable time to deploy and dismantle.
Back at the lab, Vaseekaran tells Chitti to dismantle itself.
Because mixing the two religions was now forbidden, "jingūji" had to give away some of their properties or dismantle some of their buildings, thus damaging the integrity of their cultural heritage and decreasing the historical and economic value of their properties.
Beginning in 1985, when Constantine was Field Commander of the New York State Police, he oversaw an effort to expose and dismantle what has been acknowledged to have been the largest and most powerful criminal conspiracy in history.
Cricinfo described the West Indies' efforts with the bat as "staccato", but credited "a disciplined bowling performance", while criticising Pakistan's bowlers for "letthe batsmen dismantle their confidence."
In 1995 DEC announced it was planning to dismantle the fire tower.
The Communist Party did not completely dismantle this group until 1934.
The Doctor reaffirms his loyalty to them by agreeing to dismantle the final force field protecting Gallifrey from attack.
The municipality had not given a permit and as a result Leef, along with eleven other activists, were arrested when they resisted the 20 policemen and municipal inspectors who arrived to dismantle the tents.
The police tried to dismantle them to no avail.
When new displays are required they have to dismantle the existing ones, and they may have to maintain displays during their lifetimes.
When shooting is finished for the scene, the assistant director declares a "wrap" or "moving on," and the crew will "strike," or dismantle, the set for that scene.

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