derig

derig

(diːˈrɪɡ)
n
the removal of equipment or rigging
vb (tr) , derigs, derigging or derigged
to remove equipment or rigging from (a ship, stage set, etc)
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We are on the water from 10am to 5pm every day and as soon as racing is over, we have to derig the boats and prepare for the following day.
Y blodau Arctig Alpaidd oedd un o'r rhesymau eraill - rhai fel y tormaen serennog (Saxifraga stellairs; starry saxifrage), y derig (Dryas octopetala; mountain avens), a brwynddail y mynydd neu lili'r Wyddfa (Lloydia serotina; Snowdon Lily), er mae enw gwyddonol lili'r Wyddfa wedi cael ei newid erbyn hyn i Gagea serotina.
I was an enthusiastic young woman at that time who was fortunate enough to be mentored by several of our industry's great leaders, including founding ATMS President Dorothy Hall and Director Peter Derig, who both now have sadly passed away but, I believe, remain with us in spirit.
Y derig a'r gludlys mwsoglyd ydi rhai eraill sydd i'w gweld yma.
With no need to derig or coordinate between shops to complete the job, they removed the part in less than an hour.
Andrew Derig had two hits for the Tigers (5-6, 4-2).
Heavy drop of the engineer equipment was planned for after the assault--once the DZ was established and secured, the ALZ surveyed, and the light equipment derig teams staged.
NO MORE CIGS: Molly Woolett with (back) her daughter Lee Derig, and (from left) grandchildren Pagan, 15, Summer, five, and Baillee, 10.
Establishing this capability involves the commander sending out a heavy-drop recovery team with security to locate, derig, and return with the FSMC's three heavy-drop HMMWVs.
MS, type 1 diabetes, and, to a lesser extent, RA in the Northern Hemisphere, particularly in Western Europe and North America, display a latitudinal gradient in disease frequency, with the prevalence of these disorders increasing at higher latitudes (Cantorna 2000; DERIG 1988; Hayes et al.
Betty Derig, "Celestials in the Diggings," Idaho Yesterdays (fall 1972): 2-23; Macdonald, "A Study of Chinese Migrants"; Trull, "The History of the Chinese in Idaho"; and Elsensohn, my notes.