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unlocking

Mobilizing or freeing, e.g., a joint and its associated muscles.
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PTEs should provide an explanation of why the device does not qualify for unlocking, or why it needs additional time to process the request.
The third is to prevent someone else from unlocking the mobile phone while the phone owner is sleeping.
Unlocking the Truth includes 13-year-olds Malcolm Brickhouse and Alec Atkins and 12-year-old Jarad Dawkins.
Judges ruled that "unlocking a device by performing gestures on an unlock image" was unpatentable as granted, and that none of the 14 amendments proposed by Apple could salvage the patent.
One good advantage of the software is that the jailbreaking and unlocking process is completely reversible and there will be no evidence that the iPhone has been jailbroken and unlocked.
We must re-iterate (and thus keep our conscience clean) unlocking disabled cores is a risky proposition, and while AMD has provided a hardware dual-BIOS switch on the GPUs themselves (making changes quite reversible), your warranty will probably be voided by the unlocking process.
THE number of retired people unlocking money from their home increased for the first time in three years during 2010, research shows.
Street Fighter 4 UNLOCKING characters easily: Start a game in Arcade mode, and set it to the easiest diffi- culty and one round.
I have a Winchester Model 12 trap gun in the shop that has an unlocking problem.
We have a couple of suggestions that will help MITAS (modified improved target acquisition system) crews avoid starting and unlocking problems.
Indeed, technology solutions that monitor and help fix errors and exceptions in the order-to-cash process, automate the receivables and collections management process and deliver real-time click-through visibility across the financial transactions are delivering tremendous returns--in revenue assurance, unlocking working capital, reducing operational costs and improving customer interactions.