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decommission

verb change, deactivate, defuse, disarm, disband, disengage, dismantle, fix, undue, withdraw
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July 1 - Trimble's resignation as First Minister became effective because of failure of IRA to decommission.
May 8, 2001: Trimble drops bombshell he has signed and lodged a post-dated resignation as Northern Ireland First Minister effective on July 1 unless IRA decommission.
Since Husky is the only company that manufactures all the components needed to decommission Stage II systems, customers asked us to develop this professionally assembled package to make the decommissioning project as easy as possible," said Husky Corporation Executive Vice President Brad Baker.
Sir Reg, Ulster Unionist Assembly member for East Belfast, countered that the failure of republicans to decommission weapons did not square with their commitment in the agreement to oppose the use of force or threat of force.
The most significant piece of new information presented in the site assessment study is the updated cost estimate to decommission VY, which is higher than previous cost estimates.
In testimony being filed Monday with the Illinois Commerce Commission (ICC), experts hired by CUB and the City of Chicago show that ComEd's plan would allow the company to charge ratepayers far more money than it will likely need to safely decommission its 13 nuclear reactors.
Northern Ireland's First Minister Mr David Trimble has long been calling for the LVF ceasefire to be recognised as he believes its readiness to decommission will put significant pressure on the IRA.
In 1993, ComEd estimated that it would cost $554 million to decommission its two reactors at Zion.
has little choice but to face the economic realities associated with such a supply stoppage as well as other market factors, and decommission the Arbor-Tech facility in Belleville.