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


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  • The space station untethers, bound for outer limits.

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  • And then he untethers Samson and takes him back to his field while I wander off to examine his gypsy caravan.

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  • Next week, I'll follow up with a second post about what goes on inside people's heads that untethers them from reason just far enough to be swept away by their fears.

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  • Others say a big challenge for banks and the wider economy will be how smoothly the government untethers itself from the financial system after pouring trillions of dollars into financial companies to stop them from collapsing.

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  • "Wanova Mirage untethers the desktop from its hardware, enabling a new era of flex computing," said Issy Ben-Shaul, CTO of Wanova.

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  • Once Apple untethers itself from ATT it will most likely open itself up to all the carriers and not Verizon only.

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  • "The GPS-enabled iPhone untethers our Zillow users from their computers and puts the power of our database of 88 million homes in their hands when they need it most - while they are looking at homes."

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  • True, I'm billed a cell phone minute as well, but this untethers me from Skype software on a computer to make calls out cheap, and it means I can do it from my AT&T cell phone without incurring their long distance rates.

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  • As the Times untethers itself from the physical print product, inevitably the values and mores will evolve too.

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  • Web Alert > > DEVELOPING STORY: Six-year-old boy untethers experimental aircraft in Colorado, floats away



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