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

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Examples

  • Here Paul with one word unlocks heaven and permits us to look into the unfathomable abyss of divine majesty and to behold the ineffable love of the Fatherly heart toward us -- his gracious will for us.

    Epistle Sermons, Vol. II Epiphany, Easter and Pentecost

  • Recover PDF Password unlocks restricted PDF documents by eliminating printing, copying and editing restrictions.

    Macsimum News

  • Each new Level "unlocks" secrets and new things for the player.

    Dorkus Maximus

  • Like a Grand Theft Auto game, progressing onto Season 2 'unlocks' another chunk of the city, this time the docks and a new cast of characters, including Eastern European criminals, the unions and their families, and introduces an important new thread to the tapestry of the show.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Unlocko sells software that "unlocks" mobile phones so owners can select different cellular providers on the same handset.

    Free the Cell Phone!

  • Aleksandrowicz 'unlocks' through connective tissue work and lymphatic drainage.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • How will the feature work though, as opposed to XP build up and other things such as unlocks?

    Product Reviews Net

  • All the code for Home and Student, Home and Business, and Professional are installed on new PCs that offer Officer Starter; the key simply "unlocks" the appropriate version, eliminating the need to download additional software.

    CIO News

  • What's more, MacHeist "unlocks" additional apps to be included as part of the bundle as more copies are sold (ostensibly, as their charity donation increases).

    Macworld

  • One sees clearly here how the past gives meaning and understanding to the present and "unlocks" the future.

    Joels Trumpet

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