the act of deactivating or making ineffective (as a bomb)
breaking up a military unit (by transfers or discharges)
- Deactivation of the ozonator
- ‘deactivation’ means the termination of emissions by automotive short-range radar equipment;
- In order to be effective and reliable, such deactivation is best done automatically.
- The Protocol sets out more explicit general principles for the deactivation of weapons.
- If this delay time is exceeded, an automatic deactivation of the PTO drive shall occur.
- Consumers should be able to verify that the deactivation or removal is effective.
- Deactivation of the torque limiter shall not be feasible by means of a switch or a maintenance tool.
- With regard to the deactivation of firearms, point (a) of Part III of Annex I to Directive 91/477/EEC simply refers to national legislation. The Protocol sets out more explicit general principles for the deactivation of weapons.
- Subsequently, deactivation of the outside emergency controls shall not occur automatically, but shall require a further action by the driver.
- Deactivation or removal of tags by the retailer should be done immediately and free of charge for the consumer.
- Deactivation or removal of tags should not entail any reduction or termination of the legal obligations of the retailer or manufacturer towards the consumer.
- With regard to the deactivation of firearms, point (a) of Part III of Annex I to Directive 91/477/EEC simply refers to national legislation.
- Activation and deactivation may be either direct, by means of a switch, or indirect, for example by opening and closing the front service door.
- If the manufacturer provide for permanent deactivation of a part of the protective system, then this part has to be set to the deactivated configuration.
- After deactivation of the opening controls of the automatically-operated service doors by the driver, open doors shall close in accordance with paragraphs 22.214.171.124.1. and 126.96.36.199.2.