dissembly

dissembly

(dɪˈsɛmblɪ)
n
obsolete the dismantling or separation of an assembly
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This would lead to the dissembly of polyribosomes (Lin and Glazer, 1981), incomplete methylation (Almstedt et al.
This study may well prove to be foundational in the Slovenian study of World War I, which only began in earnest after the dissembly of Yugoslavia.
Clamp bands and wing nuts on the inlet and outlet pipes allow rapid dissembly, cleaning and reassembly.
16) We learn to become instruments of instrumental rationality, leading to what Bauman describes as the technological dissembly of the moral self, a self (masculine or feminine) that abdicates moral responsibility in the drive for "efficient" and "rational" behavior.
Just as the manufacturers of freezers and fridges should be paying for the dissembly of those products from which they have profited, so too should those consuming carbon be paying for our reactions to climate change.
Although the partial bilinguals were unable to finalize the prototype arrangements, they were able to communicate well enough to pinpoint the source of their communication difficulties and agree on the initial steps toward developing a workable prototype: namely, to purchase a competitor's product, take the product to Taiwan for dissembly and analysis, and thereby learn the required circuitry for French grills.
Manufacturers must also take into account the dissembly of refrigerators and provide dissembly reports confirming that joints are easy to find and accessible, that electronic assemblies are easy to find and dismantle, that the product is easy to dismantle using commonly-available tools, and that incompatible and hazardous materials are separable.
If, in addition, the agencies and industrial organizations in question have histories of compromise, inconstancy, shifting priorities, and, especially, dissembly and deception in dealing with potentially affected groups, the likelihood of maintaining or recovering the public's confidence in the agencies' commitments to institutional constancy will erode quickly.