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  • v. Present participle of unfetter.


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  • Claiming that they are merely 'unfettering' Canada's food industry ... you may want to take a look at exactly WHO IT IS that Harper and the Conservative government is leaving in charge of monitoring your food safety and that of your children!

    Guess Who Harper Is Leaving In Charge Of Canada's Food Safety?!

  • But they also contend that India deserves credit for unfettering sectors like information technology and pharmaceuticals.

    India's Tata Finds Home Hostile

  • Is it as interested in the wellbeing of all as it is in unfettering the market?

    Please explain your true values, Mr Cameron | Editorial

  • By unfettering Saudi women from travel, driving and dress restrictions, not only will half of the 26 million living in the Kingdom finally be able to exercise personal choices in very personal decisions, but the Kingdom will find itself rapidly shoring new support in both the Muslim and non Muslim worlds, support we can use as the globe unites to thwart the nihilist, fanatical elements which seek to threaten all existences on every continent.

    Qanta Ahmed, MD: Trapped in the Other Gulf Oil Slick -- Saudi Women Tell Mr. President: Set Us Free!

  • Why would you think that unfettering it will make the underground money stop flowing?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » PhRMA Thanks Reid

  • One of the cool things about unfettering myself from organized religion is that I feel more able to think outside of the box when it comes to my spiritual practice.

    Nine Inch Nails for Meditation. | Mind on Fire

  • The licensing provision was intended to be the ``most forward-looking provision'' in the settlement, directed toward ``unfettering the market and restoring competition.''

    Archive 2003-07-01

  • Six rows from the front, his travel fan spun into action, unwinding the wire from the shaken champagne bottle and unfettering the straining cork.

    A Big Boy Did It and Ran Away

  • What has happened internationally, through GATT and otherwise, has been the unfettering of competition, the reduction of restraints on trade and the liberation of market forces.

    Merger Review in a Changing Global Environment

  • The hope is that the decentralized configuration would spread not as a cult of poverty, nor as an otherworldly gospel of wealth, but as a down-to-earth practical means of achieving higher-quality goods and services and rising instead of falling consumption standards through elimination of bureaucracy and oligopoly and the unfettering of individual initiative.

    Why Nothing Works


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