Unfreeze


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Unfreeze

To remove a restriction on an account, asset, or anything else. For example, a government may unfreeze salaries that it previously controlled, or a bank may unfreeze an account after a debt has been repaid.
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On 25 August, the UN Security Council Sanctions Committee approved the US proposal to unfreeze US$1.
It was that "if Brussels wants Bulgaria to once again become the poorest and most corrupt country in the EU, then they should not unfreeze the funds and should bring back the previous government.
NSBA is hopeful that this announcement portends real progress in the effort to unfreeze the secondary market.
THE US Federal Reserve are releasing another EUR800billion in a bid to unfreeze the credit market.
The automaker will start the buyback programme as soon as financial markets unfreeze in order to take advantage of its low share price.
As a result the Swiss authorities took measures to unfreeze Al-Qadi's assets", Al-Khunizan added.
75 per cent on Tuesday night and a fresh intervention to unfreeze money markets from the Bank of England.
When Israel decided to unfreeze $600 million it owed the Palestinian Authority, it did not intend for the money to be used to fill the bank account of former Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh.
District Judge Leon Holmes said he would hold a hearing on a motion, the details of which are under seal, that apparently seeks to unfreeze some of Jewell's assets.
Finally, a brother and sister learn what happens when you unfreeze a Yeti in sunny California in "The Abominable Snowman of Pasadena.
Many, no doubt, are hoping that The Day After Tomorrow will help unfreeze the UN's Kyoto Protocol, which the U.
1 seconds, mostly because Greg Popovich couldn't get his face to unfreeze.