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  • v. Present participle of unpark.

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Examples

  • "The Shanghai market's [recent] plunge should be taken in stride, in our view, as much of the capital unparking itself from the A-shares is doing so specifically to rotate into earnings-supportive real activity," said Michael Kurtz, strategist at Macquarie Research in Shanghai.

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  • It was horribly expensive, but Barry had handed me some extra cash to use in minding the child, including money for parking and unparking my car a couple of times, which in Chicago costs more than most events.

    Hard Road

  • Banff is a longish commute from Calgary, but it's worth it every time she gets home, and at least now that she's done her daily unparking ritual the car will get her the rest of the way home.

    Mother Of Storms

  • "Clearly, it tells us that aircraft utilization is up and that people are unparking their aircraft," he says.

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  • Copying large files does not seem to cause the noise, so I am willing to believe the theory that it's the heads parking/unparking, but am worried this issue may have an adverse impact on drive life/reliability.

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  • This might lead to an issue with the parking and unparking safety measure of the hard drive

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