reassemble


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assemble once again, after taking something apart

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I'm not sure I'm going about the disassembly of the frame correctly, and I'm really concerned about my ability to reassemble it when the time comes.
Also, a unique limit stop system enables users to strip and reassemble the system themselves.
The trial concluded, she now wants to reassemble her 11 new friends for a reunion.
Reassemble the muzzle brake and bore evacuator following the instructions in the operator's manuals.
In addition, the system's 70 cm acquired FOV ensures that the entire object is imaged and eliminates the need to scan items in pieces and then reassemble the images for review.
Authorities said a group of 40 students took six months to reassemble the aircraft.
Thanks to popular science fiction, it's easy to imagine teleportation, in which a person's molecules disassemble in one place and instantaneously reassemble across the room or the universe.
Boeing aircraft experts will reassemble the plane as the 87,000-square-foot pavilion is completed.
Hard Rock International commented that over the last year, the strategic focus was revised to reacquire and reassemble cafe, hotel and gaming intellectual property and operational rights in order to address and improve brand oversight and development.
However, plants have a way of breaking break down their light-capturing molecules and reassemble them from scratch, which keeps their sun-harnessing structures intact.
Around this time, Rothenberg wrote, "The lines and bars are intended to flatten and clarify what is happening with the image and also allow the viewer to read, reassemble, or in some way get involved with two different kinds of occurrences.
It has taken Rem eight years since the publication of SMLXL to reassemble and refocus energies for this show.
Even as they coped with Bryant's legal troubles, team officials scrambled to reassemble the roster, jettisoning longtime veterans and fan favorites Robert Horry, Brian Shaw and Mark Madsen.
More solos and duets follow until the melancholic mood is summed up by one final act: all the dancers reassemble, undress, and, naked, leave the stage.