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


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  • Once the order is placed, a simple gadget attached to the TV set and connected to the home telephone unscrambles the movie on the TV screen.

    Boing Boing

  • Then a subroutine scan unscrambles and translates anything he says almost instantaneously.

    Delta Anomaly

  • He unscrambles the prose of these obscure documents and explains just what the political leaders and their trade negotiators are up to.

    John Feffer: World Economic Hangover

  • Now the map's creator has put it back online in a new map that unscrambles each station's anagram when you hover your mouse over it.

    Boing Boing: August 13, 2006 - August 19, 2006 Archives

  • Interpol unscrambles a photo and puts the public on the case.

    CNN Transcript Oct 8, 2007

  • And I'll throw in a pirate satellite decoder that unscrambles the porn channel.

    Archive 2006-06-11

  • The second security standard, WEP encryption, is a software algorithm that scrambles outgoing data and unscrambles it as it is received.

    Don't Be Afraid To Pull The Plug

  • Some channels are sent to your Television pre-scrambled to see these channels the cable company attaches a filter for that channel that unscrambles the signal sent.

    A Deadly Misunderstanding

  • Dyle lets a TV station send a scrambled signal, which the Dyle receiver unscrambles.

    NYT > Home Page

  • This encryption code first scrambles the emails sent from a BlackBerry device and unscrambles them when the message reaches its target.


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