Examples of decommission in a Sentence
Several military bases are scheduled to be decommissioned.
The government is decommissioning the nuclear power plant.
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My father sold his share of The Ship in the mid ’50s and the bar continued until Nov. 25, 1995, when The Ship was decommissioned and her berth was taken by the city to make room for Ilus Davis Park.
Turbine 5 remains down for repairs and Turbine 2 was decommissioned decades ago.
Not only is the island on its way to changes, but the mail ship will eventually be decommissioned.
The former fighters of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, decommissioned the last of their weapons in recent weeks, under a historic accord ending Latin America’s longest-running guerrilla war.
It was decommissioned in 1991, later becoming a fire museum, officials said.
According to a report by The Japan Times, Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco), the owner of the power plant spearheading efforts to decommission the radioactive site, used a camera on a telescopic arm to look inside reactor No 2 last week.
Once each new spacecraft's health checks out, the older satellites will be decommissioned and sent to a fiery death in Earth’s atmosphere, bringing an end to Iridium flares.
After being decommissioned in the 1990s, it is now docked beside a popular shopping mall at the port of Leith.
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