unloading

noun the labor of taking a load of something off of or out of a vehicle or ship or container etc.
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Unloading

Reducing the weight, or load, on the motorcycle suspension. Examples
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unloading

removal of nuclear fuel from a nuclear reactor NOTE - This term is also used for withdrawal of other elements, particularly control rods.
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Unloading

Selling securities or commodities whose prices are dropping to minimize loss.
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unloading

The release of confining pressure associated with the removal of overlying material. May result in expansion of rock, accompanied by the development of joints or sheeting .
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Unloading

the release of contaminant that was initially captured by the filter medium.
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Unloading

The releasing of downward pressure on rocks because of removal of overlying material by erosion. Unloading can cause the development of horizontal bedding in once solid rock.
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Unloading

The tendency of an enclosure to produce no spring or pressure on the woofer. Unloading produces an u
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Unloading

Trading in unlisted securities that occurs on an organized exchange to accommodate members. This pra
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Unloading

Unloading usually results in pressure release formations. A good example is the tilting of the UK due to the removal of ice sheets in the north. Scotland is moving upwards, southern Britain is moving downwards. The evidence can be seen in raised beaches in Scotland, which gives the past sea level.
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unloading

[adj] - used in unloading or removing e.g. cargo 2. [n] - the labor of unloading something
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