from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To free something from incumbrance.
- v. To remove a burden, load or charge from something or someone.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To free from incumbrance; to disencumber.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To free from encumbrance; disencumber.
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It was a world they had a stake in which they shared with others, the dog owners, who began to notice the birds fixated upon the car mirrors as they walked their pets, allowing them to unencumber themselves.
Read it each night before you sleep and see if it does not, in fact, unencumber your spirit.
For sure I dont need more guns,. actually at this stage of the game trying to unencumber to some extent, .. to much "stuff" just slows me down,.
If, however, you choose to unencumber yourself from that comfortable faith based perspective, you might find that athesits became atheists by way of reason, not faith.
The fifty mayors who, each year, shall have most contributed to unencumber their commune and assure that is has resources available, shall be summoned to Paris at the expense of the State, and presented in solemn session to the three consults.
Combined with an audio codec called Vorbis, it forms Google's patent-free, open-source WebM technology the Internet giant hopes will unencumber streaming video on the Web.
And so the question is how can you unencumber your IT?
"We do tend to unencumber a certain percentage of the financial aid that we've offered to students," says Tom Melecki, director of student financial services at the University of Texas at Austin.
btw, I agree on the general desirability of widespread support for patent-unencumber codecs.