turn away from and put aside, perhaps temporarily
eat up; usually refers to a considerable quantity of food
kill gently, as with an injection
lock up or confine, in or as in a jail
place in a place where something cannot be removed or someone cannot escape
throw or cast away
Dispute settlement body
Ensuring process inputs, activities and outputs are clearly defined and controlled
The mailbox is usually your username in to your computer , so your address may be email@example.com.
Multiprocessing: The simultaneous processing with two or more processors in one computer, or two or more computers that are processing together.
Put the problem into cold storage; temporarily put the problem aside; shelve the problem for the time being
There is some about that retarders or retarding plasticisers really alter the total heat output or, for that matter, the rate of heat generation
His attitude put me off.
A red-cheeked young sentry put a bayonetted rifle athwart his chest, and was deaf to his protests in sputtering Russian
John had a very good day and put his wallet containing ￡3,000 into the microwave oven for safekeeping.
When plant assets are sold, any gain or loss on the disposal is computed by comparing the book value with the amount received from the sale.