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mount resistance

To try to stop or keep something from happening. I'm worried that the townspeople are going to mount resistance once they learn that yet another tax has been levied against them.
See also: mount, resistance

mount guard

To watch over someone or something; to act as a guard or a lookout for someone or something. He mounted guard outside the bathroom to make sure no one walked in on Jeremy getting sick. The police are mounting guard around the prison, lest the prisoner should attempt escape a second time.
See also: guard, mount

mount against (someone or something)

1. To gain in scale, scope, or strength in opposition to someone or something. The evidence has continued to mount against the disgraced CEO ever since the first allegations of fraud surfaced over a month ago. A rebel insurgency has begun mounting against he tyrant king.
2. To instigate, prepare, or set in motion some action or movement in opposition to someone or something. We're mounting a counter-offensive against the enemy's position in Normandy. The prosecution has mounted an aggressive and airtight case against the defendant.
See also: mount

mount (something) on (something else)

To set or affix something at a higher position on something else. I was going to mount the new TV on the wall, but I actually prefer it on the table where it is now. The soldier mounted the machine gun on the rampart in preparation of the invading forces.
See also: mount, on

mount up

1. To get up on and sit into the mount (saddle) of a horse. Don't feel bad—I've been riding horses for a few years, and I still have trouble mounting up. OK, campers—pack up your gear and mount up! It's time to head out.
2. To increase in size, amount, scope, or intensity. As the pressures of managing the company continued mounting up, Martin found it harder and harder to cope. If these costs keep mounting up, I don't know how we'll be able to keep the business running.
3. To set or affix something at a higher position (on something else). In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used before or after "up." I was going to mount the new TV up on the wall, but I actually prefer it on the table where it is now. The soldier mounted up the machine gun on the rampart in preparation of the invading forces.
See also: mount, up

mount up

 
1. to get up on a horse. Mount up and let's get out of here! Please mount up so we can leave.
2. [for something] to increase in amount or extent. Expenses really mount up when you travel. Medical expenses mount up very fast when you're in the hospital.
See also: mount, up
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This version includes a concrete analysis and supporting implementation results with various mounting and non-mounting cases.
Special consideration should be given to the mounting technique if EPMA analysis is done at the samples edge, to prevent contamination from the electron beam degrading the mount.
AirGizmos' less intrusive solution covers both the iPad and mini line and offers quite a bit of flexibility in mounting. The AirMount--not to be confused with the iPad Air--consists of a custom bracket designed to fit into a standard empty instrument hole, secured with the four corner screws.
In-line mixer option can increase preblending performance, and a machine throat adapter, which mounts between the machine hopper and machine mounting plate, allows two Spectras to feed simultaneously for nearly instant color changes on the same machine.
He devised his own mounting methods, bolts and stands.
The M66 can be installed directly on the FMTV LTAS cab, but can be used only for mounting weapons.
The upper mount is slipped into its recess and tightened down with the thumbscrews, then it's just a matter of mounting the scope in Weaver-type rings.
Two and three-pin thermocouple connectors, mounting adapters, and fittings also available.
Made from high-grade aluminum alloy, the mounts, risers, blocks and other goodies associated with mounting scopes on rimfires and air rifles can handle just about any mounting chore.
Power management company Eaton today unveiled the redesign of its largest and most popular B-Line series mounting bracket sets for electrical, mechanical and telecommunications applications.
HEMTT mounting kit, NSN 1005-0-519-2126 with PLS mounting kit, NSN 1005-01-523-6549
In-line mixer option can increase pre-blending performance, and a machine throat adapter, which mounts between the machine hopper and machine mounting plate, allows two Spectras to feed simultaneously for nearly instant color changes on the same machine.
T-series for machine, cart and floor mounting provides high capacity in a small footprint.
When it comes to mounting the LS-671/VRC SINCGARS loudspeaker, NSN 5965-01-222-1420, the location is the call of the commander.