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unlocking

Mobilizing or freeing, e.g., a joint and its associated muscles.
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Stay, stay,' added the Jew, unlocking a drawer with a shaking hand; 'there's money, my dears.
Another staircase,' said Mr Boffin, unlocking the door, 'leading down into the yard.
The team is committed to unleashing unlocking the power of iCloud on sprint, Boost Mobile, T -- Mobile and At&t.
I'VE received an influx of emails recently asking me whether unlocking mobiles is legal.
Unlocking the bootloader enables root access and installation of custom ROMs or apps.
Mobile phone unlocking has long been a grey area legally in the US, with the Library of Congress banning unlocks after Jan.
The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI), the Voice of the Recycling Industry called President Obama s signing of the Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act (S.
Since it is an app and not a 'sensor,' it is a little frustrating to get 'enrolled' in the scanning and successfully unlocking in first attempt.
It invalidated all of Apple's claims for the method of unlocking the screensaver by pushing a slider-button across the screen to the right, which has been part of the iPhone since it first arrived on the market in 2007.
Clearly passionate about education, and as Director of the Unlock Foundation, Karrel told the Economist that the name Unlock symbolises the true potential and dynamic impact that Unlocking the gaps of education in rural schools have on the future of children.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The practice of unlocking a smartphone without a carrier's permission was recently criminalized in the US, forcing Americans to stand up for the right to use their property as they wish without the fear of prosecution.
The unlocking process is now made easy with Easy Unlock iPhone solution which is a reputed company providing a simple software method for unlocking/ jailbreaking all iPhone models.