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

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Examples

  • Inspector Lakhmoji, who swam to safety, said the Maoist who had taken positions on hillocks on either side of the reservoir caught them unwires.

    Maoist Insurgents Hit Back Greyhound Commandos Killing 35

  • Jesse Wente unwires his house with Internet over Power Lines 4

    Slaw » The Friday Fillip » Print

  • Sherwood unwires downtown: The suburb of Portland, Ore., adds free Wi-Fi at City Hall,

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • : A big chunk of City Hall unwires this month, and chunks of the Atlanta airport by March

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • I see sometimes a dozen stories a week about a small town that gets its first Wi-Fi-enabled cafe, or another community project that unwires a park or public area.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • SBC unwires Palm Springs Airport: This is a goofy, giddy press release complete with a female CEO declaring herself First Lady of Wi-Fi for the Palm Springs International Airport.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • Money makes the hot spots zing as STSN unwires 370 hotels with Intel's cold hard cash

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  • Small island unwires: The island nation of Niue (pronounced new-eh, with a long A sound) now offers free Wi-Fi for all and sundry.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • NetNearU unwires Newark: Although I thought that Concourse Communications had the exclusive infrastructure contract to put Wi-Fi into Newark, JFK, and LaGuardia airports, here's NetNearU saying that on the behest of a major telecom (which one?), they're putting in service starting in Terminal C, and then extending to A and B.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • I believe they will be seeking infrastructure dollars from any venue they build into. believes this is actually a play to make Intel's capital division -- devoting to $150M to Wi-Fi investments -- and IBM Global Services -- a group that, among many other things, unwires businesses for money -- seem more important than they are.

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