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  • v. Present participle of unshackle.


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  • Their site promotes the notion of unshackling spectrum below one gigahertz from outdated technical notions that restrict innovation.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • The report said all export industries would benefit from a likely recovery of the US dollar and the "unshackling" of the rand.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • His goal of "unshackling" industry from regulations appeals to environmentalists about as much as the ostrich-skin cowboy boots he's worn since playing for the Washington Redskins.

    The News Tribune - Tacoma - - HOMEPAGE

  • I'm not sure at all about the "unshackling" thing.

    New Statesman

  • Economic boom The head of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Rajiv Kumar, says the unshackling of the private sector created the economic boom.

    India Struggles to Bridge Economic Gap

  • But the unshackling of its currency from the dollar and subsequent devaluation also reignited growth.

    What if Greeks Decide They Don't Want to be Rescued?

  • Bâtard's sides were heaving regularly, but Leclère felt that the breath came and went a shade too quickly; also he felt that there was a vigilance or alertness to every hair that belied unshackling sleep.


  • The modern Middle Eastern and North African nations that the U.S. is now dealing with were created out of unshackling themselves from the colonial rule of European nations.

    Kevin Bunkley: Dabbling in the Arab World

  • Greater economic freedom means unshackling those entrepreneurs, who are necessary for sustained growth in the future.

    Asia's Mixed Signals to Business

  • We refer to the state in which the twitch of the closed eye betrays the unshackling of the imagination.

    In praise of … REM | Editorial


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