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detune

(diːˈtjuːn)
vb (tr)
to change the pitch of (a stringed instrument), whether for musical or maintenance purposesto change the resonant frequency of (an electronic circuit) such that it no longer matches that of the incoming signalto blunt the edges of the ends of (skis or a snowboard), in order to make turning easier for the skier (or snowboarder)
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NAWABSHAH -- A young student Riaz Ahmed baloch residence of sakrand was coming from nawabshah after attending the hearing at honourable court in the case in the way without any case and warrant of arrest malafidely boarded the detune as well as his motor cycle in the police Mobile on the dated of 8th October.
My advice would be to detune any potential for confrontation by framing the challenge in that context.
(The sensors come with a "Counterpoint V" deactivation pad to "detune," or cancel, each tag at the point of sale.) The tags themselves are a thin one-and-one-quarter-inch square containing a small radio frequency circuit.
The engine, a true Kawasaki power plant with a raw edge, does not suffer from the detune and only riding the two models back-to-back would you notice any difference.
I had Neville Tatum detune my engine after Saturday and we seem to have found something that works really well.
The engine, a true Kawasaki power plant with a raw edge,does not suffer from the detune and only riding the two models back-to-back would you notice any difference.
Throttle response feels measured rather than instant, and I'm pleased to say the engine has lost the vibrations that bothered me about the old model, and that were probably due to the hefty detune.
The petitioner stated that the law enforcers climbed the walls of the detunes' homes on 24-11-18, and detained them at some unknown place whereas at the time of arrest no grounds of detention were supplied to the detunes.
Meanwhile, families of a large number of these detunes suffer financially, move courts or cannot afford travel expenses to the far-flung areas to meet their imprisoned relatives.
Permit me to intervene this time, on behalf of the members of the families comprised of men women and children, young and old of the detunes, who had undergone untold hardships and live in permanent agony.
Muhammad Farooq Rehmani said, "the Kashmiri detunes for long have had been subjected to maltreatment, humiliation and torture in high security prisons of Jammu and Indian states; they are being treated like hardened criminals, kept under fake allegations for years, or awarded life sentences, or death without proof, they are sent to gallows without informing their relatives, or kept rotting for indefinite period of time, as if they were dacoits or smugglers operating on borders.