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- v. To undo the wiring of something.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To remove the wire of; take out the wire from.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. undo the wiring of
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With this, we hope to 'unwire' subjects during sleep studies. "
: Xirrus wants to unwire bandwidth-hungry centers, hospitals, companies and universities with devices that pack on Wi-Fi radios, slashing by as much as 80% the number of devices needed by conventional large-scale Wi-Fi networks and shrinking costly associated wire and cable infrastructure.
And like drug addiction, junk food addiction can produce changes that are difficult to unwire.
The door is wired shut, so when I went to pee, and tried to unwire it and not have the whole door fall off, I wasn't too smooth.
Credit a strong grass-roots wireless movement for helping to unwire the town.
The googleblog says there have been reports that Google plans to unwire the world with free Wi-Fi.
I'm going to spend the next week or two trying to unwire myself a little more.
Kinetic Tide, now called Avvenu is one of the handful of place-shifting companies that is trying hard to unwire the desktop, making it easier for us to share and access our digital content anywhere, anytime.
Whiel they have a demand for gear that is suited to hot and sandy climate, it seems likely that we can unwire the whole world.
He seated himself and began a struggle to unwire the same with an ice-pick.