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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unclog.


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  • While the foreclosure pipeline remains clogged, as it unclogs a new wave of homes will wash into the market and precipitate additional downward pressure on prices.

    The Recession and the Housing Drag

  • Results show that this process reduces the housing crisis 'impact on neighborhoods; unclogs courts; and achieves faster, cheaper, and better resolutions for homeowners, mortgage lenders and servicers, and the community at large.

    David M. Abromowitz: One in Seven

  • And just as Joe the Plumber unclogs the plugged toilet, so will he unclog the plugged toilet that is Washington.

    Joe the Plumber for President

  • Overnight, a crew repairs broken shower heads, unclogs drains, replaces the wet carpets.

    Stacy Parker Aab: Shower Duty: One Volunteer's Story of Katrina Relief

  • As India streamlines its bureaucracy and unclogs its courts, New Delhi and Mumbai may become more attractive to multinational corporations than the regulatory wilds of Beijing and Shanghai.

    A New Tiger

  • One, Shanghai plumber Xu Hu, unclogs neighborhood sinks free of charge.

    Banned In Beijing

  • Jungian dervish swoops flawless catharsis unclogs anxiety to glutted scream from

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • He unclogs toilets at a bowling alley for a living, and trips with an amazing frequency.

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • Dan Kain of CNN affiliate WFSB in Hartford unclogs the story.

    CNN Transcript Nov 26, 2005

  • Even a brief rest interrupts this strain; it unclogs the wheels of action.

    A Practical Physiology


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