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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The platform was recently decommissioned and the deck and topside were brought back to shore.
The boathouse, long a curiosity visible from U.S. 101, was decommissioned in the 1960s and eventually sold to the Port of Garibaldi.
Well, the device is emblazoned with NASA property seals that seem to match tags found on other decommissioned NASA hardware.
The park service wants to decommission its aging on-site system and link up with a public utility, a switch that could cost $827,000.
Wilmette started the year on a high note, with a 33-year contract to provide water to neighboring Kenilworth, allowing Kenilworth to decommission its own failing water plant.
Rosatom expects to clinch a deal to build four reactors of the El Dabaa power plant and reach a 60-year agreement to supply nuclear fuel and ultimately decommission the plant, the company said in June.
Earlier this year, the state of South Australia decommissioned two of its aging coal plants.
It was decommissioned in 1874, and its Fresnel lens was shipped to a new lighthouse in California.
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