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Householders must ensure they have a nominated key holder who knows how to deactivate the alarm in case this happens while they are away.
The company said it will deactivate units 1-4 at the W.
A service technician would use a wireless PDA or similar device to contact the vehicle's chassis control module, log in and enter the vehicle VIN number, then access the service program, and deactivate the locks.
Not only does Google completely forbid any such transactions, but the company also has the ability to remotely deactivate Glass if they find a user in violation of these terms.
Vodafone, O2 and Meteor will be able to deactivate any handset that is stolen, thus preventing it being used on any of the networks.
In the September Cancer Cell, a research team headed by Reuven Agami of the Netherlands Cancer Institute in Amsterdam reports using RNAi to deactivate the cancer-causing mutant version of a gene known as Ras.
For years, they've been able to insert genes and random mutations into fruit flies' chromosomes, but investigators haven't known how to deactivate a specific gene.
Under the Mandatory Biometrics Voter Registration Act, the Comelec is authorized to deactivate voters who fail to submit themselves for validation by the last day of registration for the May 2016 elections.
Under the Mandatory Biometrics Voter Registration Act, the Comelec is authorized to deactivate registration records of voters, who fail to submit for validation, on or before the last day of filing of application for registration for purposes of the May 2016 polls.
As we deactivate certain task forces, the responsibility in ensuring integrity in the whole process will now be on certain offices.
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- De minimis non curat lex
- de minimus
- de minimus non curat lex
- De morte hominis nulla est cunctatio longa
- De non apparentibus et non existentibus eadem est ratio
- De novi operis nunciatione
- de novo
- De odio et atia
- De partitione facienda
- de plano
- de praesenti
- De proprietate probanda
- De quota litis
- de re decedere
- de re disserere
- De reparatione facienda
- de rigueur
- De similibus ad similia eadem ratione procedendum est
- De similibus idem est judicium
- De son tort
- De son tort demesne
- De una parte
- De warrantia diei
- Dead body
- dead certainty
- dead end
- Dead freight
- dead heat
- dead letter
- Dead letters
- dead man
- Dead man's part
- Dead Man's Statutes
- dead set
- Dead something which has no life; figuratively
- dead stop
- deadly accident
- deadly device
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- Deactivated Link State
- Deactivated War Trophy
- Deactivation and Decommissioning
- Deactivation and Decommissioning and Facility Engineering
- Deactivation and Decommissioning Focus Area
- Deactivation to Remove the Hazardous Characteristic
- Deactivation, Decontamination, Decomissioning