demontieren - Translation from German into English (2024)

Issiakhem verbarg sie unter einem monolithischen Betonblock, der auslöscht und schützt.

Diese Geste ist ungewöhnlich, denn in der Geschichte sind "beleidigende" koloniale Statuen in jeder neu aufgebauten Nation weltweit meist gesprengt, demontiert, an andere Orte verbracht oder anderweitig zerstört worden.

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Issiakhem covered it under a concrete monolithic proposal which obliterates and protects.

This gesture is unusual since "offending" colonial statues in any newly constructed nation across the globe have historically tended to be exploded, dismantled, displaced, or destroyed.

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Er sagte zu mir :

"Wenn Du mit der Irisch Amerikanischen Community redest, rede mit ihnen über Irland, klar, aber bitte auch darüber, wie ihre eigene Bill of Rights und ihre eigene Verfassung Tag für Tag demontiert werden."

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He said to me :

“When talking to the Irish American community, talk to them about Ireland, certainly, but also, please, talk to them about how their own Bill of Rights and their own Constitution are being dismantled day by day.”

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Im September 1938 übernahm schließlich die Wehrmacht den Flugplatz.

Ende des Zweiten Weltkrieges zerstörten alliierte Luftangriffe große Teile der Produktionsanlagen und des Flugplatzes, weitere wurden demontiert.

Erst 1949 war es wieder möglich, in Mockau unter provisorischen Bedingungen den Messeflugverkehr, zunächst unter sowjetischer Regie, aufzunehmen.

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In 1938, the Wehrmacht finally took over the airport.

At the end of World War II, large parts of the production facilities and the airport were destroyed in Allied air raids and the remaining facilities were dismantled.

Not until 1949 was it possible to provisionally re-establish flights at Mockau on the occasion of the Leipzig Fair ( at first under Soviet administration ).

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Aus der langen Lebensdauer der LED-Projektionstechnologie und dem wartungsfreien Heatpipe-Kühlsystem resultieren lange Abstände für die Wartung der Geräte.

Und in dem unwahrscheinlichen Fall eines defekten omniSHAPES, gibt es keine Notwendigkeit, die gesamte Anlage zu zerlegen, da die Projektions- Einheit an der Vorder- oder Rückseite demontiert werden kann und das defekte Teil in ein paar Minuten ausgetauscht werden kann.

Die umfassende Software-Lösung " eyevis Microline Designer " dient als Werkzeug für die Planung, die Installation und den Betrieb unserer omniSHAPES.

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The long lifetime of the LED projection technology and the maintenance-free heatpipe cooling system result in long intervals for servicing the devices.

And in the improbable event of a defective omniSHAPES, there is no need to disassemble the entire installation, since the projection unit can be dismantled to the front or the rear and replaced by a spare one with a couple of minutes.

The comprehensive software solution " eyevis Microline Designer " serves as a tool for the planning, the installation and the operation of our omniSHAPES.

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Und dies paradoxerweise zu einem Zeitpunkt, an dem die Waldorfschulen sich auch nach außen hin sehr erfolgreich in der internationalen Bildungslandschaft zu positionieren vermochten, weil ja nicht zuletzt die Erfolgsrezepte des PISA-Spitzenreiters Finnland auf frappierende Weise dem ähneln, was in der Waldorfpädagogik schon seit 1919 praktiziert wird.

Aber statt nun den Methoden Finnlands und eben auch der im eigenen Land weit verbreiteten Waldorfpädagogik weiter nachzuforschen, beginnt man, diese erfolgreiche Schulform Schritt für Schritt zu demontieren.

Von Seiten des Staates mag dies ein legitimes Anliegen sein, denn der Staat ( der eigentlich mit der Organisation von Bildung nichts zu tun haben sollte, vgl. Mathias Maurer in Erziehungskunst-Spezial 10 / 2011, S. 3 ) – hat seine eigenen Kriterien und mag fordern, was er will:

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And this is happening, paradoxically, at a time when the Waldorf schools have been able to position themselves externally very successfully in the international educational landscape because, not least, the formula for success of the PISA leader Finland is remarkably similar to what has been practiced in Waldorf education since 1919.

But now, instead of investigating further the Finnish methods and the Waldorf education so widely used in our own country, the attempt is made to dismantle step by step this successful form of schooling.

That might be a legitimate concern on the side of the state, for the state ( which actually should have nothing to do with the organisation of education, cf. Mathias Maurer in Er ­ ziehungskunst-Spezial 10 / 2011, p. 3 ) has its own criteria and can demand what it wants.

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Ab Herbst 1941, nach anderen Angaben ab Frühjahr 1942 setzte die SS auch einen Gaswagen ein, in dem mindestens 900 Häftlinge getötet wurden.

In den letzten April- und ersten Maitagen 1945 ließ die SS die technischen Einrichtungen der Gaskammer demontieren und belastendes Material verbrennen.

» größere Ansicht Jack Taylor mit dem Gaseinfüllapparat der Gaskammer, Mai 1945.

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In fall 1941 – or in spring 1942 according to other sources – the SS began to use a gas truck, in which at least 900 prisoners were killed.

In the last days of April and the first days of May 1945 the SS ordered the technical equipment of the gas chamber to be dismantled and all incriminating documents to be burned.

» click see larger image Jack Taylor with the container into which the gas was filled, May 1945.

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Er sagte zu mir :

"Wenn Du mit der Irisch Amerikanischen Community redest, rede mit ihnen über Irland, klar, aber bitte auch darüber, wie ihre eigene Bill of Rights und ihre eigene Verfassung Tag für Tag demontiert werden."

www.info-nordirland.de

He said to me :

“ When talking to the Irish American community, talk to them about Ireland, certainly, but also, please, talk to them about how their own Bill of Rights and their own Constitution are being dismantled day by day. ”

www.info-nordirland.de

Richtlinien zur Montage / Demontage der THSK Greifklemme

Richtlinien zur Montage/Demontage der THSK Greifklemme Die THSK Greifklemme kann zur Reinigung und Wartung auf einfache Weise wie folgt demontiert werden:

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Guidelines on Assembly / Dismantling of THSK horizontal clamps

Guidelines on Assembly/Dismantling of THSK horizontal clamps Dismantle the THSK horizontal clamp for cleaning and maintenance as follows:

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Richtlinien zur Montage / Demontage der TNMH Greifklemme

Richtlinien zur Montage/Demontage der TNMH Greifklemme Die TNMH Greifklemmen können zur Reinigung und Wartung auf einfache Weise wie folgt demontiert werden.

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Guidelines on Assembly / Dismantling of TNMH horizontal clamps

Guidelines on Assembly/Dismantling of TNMH horizontal clamps Dismantle TNMH horizontal clamps for cleaning and maintenance as follows:

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Dadurch erfolgt auch der Abtrag von Horizontallasten im System, zeitaufwändige Rohr-Kupplungs-Montagen entfallen.

Die Vorhaltemenge für den Unterbau konnte in Abstimmung mit den Bauverantwortlichen auf zwei Abschnittslängen begrenzt werden, da sich das PERI UP Gerüstsystem äußerst schnell demontieren und an neuer Stelle wieder montieren lässt.

Dadurch „wandert“ der frei werdende Gerüstunterbau in den jeweils nächsten Bereich, während ein 16 m langer Betonierabschnitt auf kompletter Breite eingeschalt ist.

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As a result, transferring the horizontal loads also takes place in the system which means time-consuming tube and coupler assembly is not required.

In agreement with the site management, on-site material requirements for the sub-structure could be limited to only two section lengths as the PERI UP scaffolding system can be dismantled and re-assembled in a new position extremely quickly.

Thus, the scaffold sub-structure which has been freed up is moved to the next area while a 16 m long concreting section is shuttered across the complete width.

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Und die Vernichtung von gebrauchsfertigen Chemiewaffen ( d.h. deren Komponenten bereits gemischt waren ) hätte eine Katastrophe verursacht.

Eine informelle syrische Quelle sagte dem Voltaire-Netzwerk, dass die syrische arabische Armee wenige Tage vorher israelische, von den Contras benutzte High-Tech Ausrüstungen beschlagnahmt habe, und die sie in dieses Forschungszentrum gebracht hätte, wo sie demontiert und analysiert werden sollten.

Wahrscheinlich ist es dieses Material, das die Israelis wirklich zerstören wollten, bevor es nach Russland oder Iran transportiert würde.

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As for the destruction of chemical weapons ready for use ( that is to say whose components have already been mixed ) would have caused a disaster.

An unofficial Syrian source told Voltaire Network that a few days earlier the Syrian Arab Army had seized some sophisticated Israeli material used by the Contras, which it stored in the research center where it was to be taken apart and analyzed.

This is probably the material that the Israelis intended to destroy before being taken to Russia or Iran.

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Dazu müssen sie abgeschliffen werden.

Foto 25, Foto 26 und Foto 27 Danach kann der Emitter wieder aufgeschraubt und braucht beim Entfernen der Klinge nicht mehr demontiert werden.

Foto 28 Wenn das Schwert dann wieder zusammengebaut worden ist, ist es kampftauglich und für den täglichen Einsatz gerüstet.

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The headless screws shall not stick out into the bladeholder, but make sure everything is in one line ( for which they need to be grinded ).

Photo 25, Photo 26 and Photo 27 After that the emitter can be set back in place and one does not need to take it off anymore when removing the blade.

Photo 28 When the saber is put together again properly, it is fit for combat and ready for daily use.

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„ Da ich relativ große Hände habe, sind die Tasten zum Einstellen der wichtigsten Funktionen genau richtig für mich.

Am besten gefällt mir am neuen Gehäuse jedoch, dass man das Digitalrückteil demontieren kann, ohne den Sucher entfernen zu müssen und es somit in Kombination mit einer Fachkamera verwenden kann.

Das bedeutet ein geringeres Risiko, dass Staub eindringt, was jeden Fotografen glücklich macht!

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“ My hands are pretty big, ” he says, “ and I love the larger buttons that control the main functions.

For me, however, the best part of the body redesign is that you can now take off the digital back without removing the viewfinder and also use it on a Technical camera.

This equates to less risk of dust and one very happy photographer!

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demontieren - Translation from German into English (2024)

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Leck mich am Arsch!

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