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overhaul and relocation of ma-.
They will overhaul the system.
Our team needs complete overhaul.
It would have been a long overhaul.
‘’And a complete ship overhaul in a year or two.
"We must overhaul that mead," he resumed; "this mustn't.
A32 Overhaul of the other four machines, relocating them.

tion to perform this sort of overhaul had dwindled to the point.
I sure have some ideas already about what to include in that overhaul.
an overhaul just before the incident, not its EB design! So justice was.
Four of the old machines need overhaul and this was planned prior to moving.
the proper zoning, overhaul it with a new car wash and gas station, and resell it.
Hole of Calcutta Treaty' signed some years before was in need of a drastic overhaul.
This was followed by a cost plus fixed fee (CPFF) contract for the actual overhaul work.
Considering the vast overhaul the ship had, the control console remained virtually unchanged.
Therefore, the following payment is due for 4 machines to be given general overhaul (activity 37):.
ƒ The overhaul of 4 machines (activity 37) carries the risk of delays due to unexpected amount of wear.
However, the Alabama was increasingly in need of an overhaul and had only captured a few ships in 1864.
The tender held together for the trip to the depot, but it needs a major overhaul before it goes out again.
At this point, the firm must overhaul its capital structure through acquisitions, stock buy backs or even divestiture.
The activities for the relocation, overhaul and installation of new machines will involve employees of the XYZ company.
It is the authors belief that indeed it is broken, but it is also my desire not to see a complete overhaul of the system.
As they gently strolled through the main entrance of The Intrepid Star it was plain to see this place needed an overhaul.
The design of Hermes assumed it would get an overhaul after each mission, but we’ve extended Ares 3 from 396 days to 898.
Fairly close together in time, Ingalls’ workers caused two radioactive spills on the decks of submarines undergoing overhaul.
A complete overhaul of the system, I believe would not benefit this country in anyway because we cannot afford it at this time.
However, Congress is considering an overhaul of the dividend tax in 2008 that may result in an increase in the dividends tax rate.
Upstairs, the fire crew was doing mop-up and overhaul, dismantling the second-story ceiling, putting out hot spots under the eaves.
Are they still overhauling?.
"We're overhauling it!" the Canadian would shout.
could be better prevented by overhauling the source code.
Hand over hand the pirate galley was overhauling the lighter ship.
overhauling, nuclear submarines has stayed open to the present, e.
He did, however, permit them to continue overhauling up to four Permit class attack submarines in Ingalls’s old, original East Bank yard.
Ingalls was overhauling ships of the Permit class, sisters to those being overhauled simultaneously by Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company (NNS).
Of course, EB was overloaded with new construction, but could have done at least as well as NNS in overhauling classes which it had built in the ‘50s and ‘60s.
Trillions of dollars have been spent on worldwide education reforms, usually focused on overhauling the system in some way—smaller classrooms, better curricula, more testing, and so on.
We have overhauled every boat, big and little.
The national security apparatus had since been completely overhauled.
He bought a used Chevy convertible and overhauled it to impress Cynthia.
Waterways and airways do not have to be continually repaired, and overhauled.
With every boat which we have overhauled since then this trick has succeeded.
was overhauled and loaded up with an inventory to suit a comfortable trip down river.
The engine on the newly overhauled F-100F purred and responded to the slightest touch.
The agent, to improve the chances of a sale, decided to have the house overhauled and redecorated.
not covered, I did pay two claims for damage to submarines being overhauled on the East Bank.
A decision has been made to move four of the existing machines while the others are being overhauled.
We might make it through next summer with this envelope, if we’re lucky, then we’ll either have her overhauled or replaced.
LCDR Jim Schroeder, before he became West Bank ACO, was the cognizant ACO for Rickover’s SSNs being overhauled in the old East Bank yard.
Ingalls was overhauling ships of the Permit class, sisters to those being overhauled simultaneously by Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company (NNS).
That was a bitter, bitter thought, that last one, because unlike the batteries fringing the Kyznetzov Narrows, Yu-kwau’s waterfront artillery had been completely overhauled.
The importance of the value of love is endorsed and verified when Jesus Christ summarised, overhauled and redefined the above historic Ten Commandments and rules of the Old Testament, into two major and imperative concepts.
Christ Himself totally overhauled and redefined many of the ancient scriptures and replaced them with messages that relate to the invocation of unconditional relational love, compassion and reconciliation to be practiced between all peoples.
But that means that our subconscious must be dynamically balanced, and that means it's imprinted tape must be overhauled, corrected, re-connected, re-experienced, re-designed: so that its energy flow is not subverted into the wrong places or channels.
Simultaneously --- The Revenue / Tax System must be overhauled --- simplified!! Implement a fair Tax concept!! The tax would be based upon type products purchased and be a % of the cost – the total % being a combination of a federal % and a state / local %.
Many of these verses need to be completely overhauled or reinterpreted as Jesus explained, imploring the need for urgent change of the interpretation to the ancient laws and rituals of scripture that fall short of the new message of mystical relational love and compassion.
A few details of intelligent non-commissioned officers could have gone through the cars and tabulated their contents; but if beans were wanted, a search was made until they materialised, and the same cars would be overhauled by men searching for beef or tomatoes later in the day.
Since the discovery of the detectaphone in his suite at Gastron's he had had his rooms thoroughly overhauled, lest by any chance there might be another of the magic little instruments concealed in the very walls, and having satisfied himself that there was not, he instituted a watch of private detectives to prevent a repetition of the unfortunate incident.
He was not well enough to travel at all; he was just starting; he had unhappy memories of winter at Brideshead and would not come until spring was well advanced and the heating apparatus overhauled; he was coming alone; he was bringing his Italian household; he wished his return to be unannounced and to lead a life of complete seclusion; he would give a ball.
As soon as the vessel discovered the galleys she went about with the object and in the hope of making her escape by her speed; but the attempt failed, for the chief galley was one of the fastest vessels afloat, and overhauled her so rapidly that they on board the brigantine saw clearly there was no possibility of escaping, and the rais therefore would have had them drop their oars and give themselves up so as not to provoke the captain in command of our galleys to anger.
These overhauls were done in two stages.
Portsmouth NSY in Kittery, ME, with which EB still splits overhauls and.
The rest were all old SE’s that needed a lot of work, even complete overhauls.
The Navy also used overhauls to update submarines with new technologies and components.
It is the final main station of civilization previous to the isolated forest of Cape York Peninsula that overhauls the countryside.
Other nuclear shipyards, both private and government owned performed similar overhauls on submarines of the same class, so the contractor was expected to have his arms around the problems.
These overhauls could take as long as several years and involved a refueling whereby the spent reactor core was removed by crane, placed on a flat bed rail car, and returned to Westinghouse/ Bettis outside of Pittsburgh.
Rickover pulled the plug on Ingalls’ doing even overhauls, about the time I moved to EB 2/79, because for two successive real time comparisons, NNS had done its contract for $37m; whereas Ingalls’ final number was $62m.

Synonyms for overhaul

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