The best-funded, former eBay chief Meg Whitman, appears to be the kind of amateur who the old pro could take apart quickly.
Screw the shelves in place (see Screws) to see that everything is right, then take apart and finish.
take apart and clean bicycle and put together again properly.
It's to take apart corded beds so as to get them out of houses that are on fire.
Of course this is not a good method for work which you may wish to take apart again.
The early masters' works, which are badly drawn and beautifully colored, I have to take apart—and it is unsatisfying.
Seam it up and try it on, having it fitted nicely, then cut along the seam and take apart.
It could be soothing to take apart and reassemble a complex mechanism, and sometimes you got ideas from it.
take apart the main and secondary valves and clean thoroughly, seeing that all parts are in good working order.
This method will allow one quickly to assemble or take apart the plane and store it in a small place.
Don't be impatient; take your place in line: ''Tall enough to kick you in the balls,'' he said. ''Take a number,'' I said
[1980s+; fr the practice at a busy shop or office, where petitioners are invited to take a printed number card to ensure their serial priority]