disencumber


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to free from or cast out something objectionable or undesirable

Synonyms for disencumber

release from entanglement of difficulty

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The ivy spray was still twisted about the handle; this one sacrifice, she thought, she might make to sentimentality and personality, and she picked two leaves from the ivy and put them in her pocket before she disencumbered her stick of the rest of it.
But this was not the time for delay; I disencumbered the dogs of their dead companion, gave them a plentiful portion of food, and after an hour's rest, which was absolutely necessary, and yet which was bitterly irksome to me, I continued my route.
And because I wanted to hear what people had to tell me about their experiences, rather than fit them within some predetermined frame, I tried to disencumber myself when interviewing from the ideas and information I had read prior to beginning my fieldwork.
In an era where the marketplace is bursting at the seams with speech and information, we must return to this autonomy-based view of speech to help disencumber the marketplace and preserve the free-flow of ideas for the betterment of society as a whole.
"While there was nothing novel in the contents of the Indian assertions, which we will not dignify with a response, what was remarkable was the setting chosen to undertake this disingenuous attempt to disencumber the UN of its central role in pacific settlement of disputes," Warraich said.
This test was conducted in two stages least squares regressions to ensure that the Gini coefficient is actually disencumber of the part of endogenous after the introduction of the instruments.
Gonzalez was enough of a pragmatist to disencumber Spain of a number of inefficient and costly bureaucracies and government agencies, privatizing more than 200 state-owned corporations.
The points remain: implementation of regulatory and legislative texts relating to wastes rigorously and effectively, implementation of training plans and awareness of environmental education and especially of garbage problem, development of household and similar wastes' guidelines or manuals providing technical recommendations to disencumber sidewalks and undeveloped lots of trash and garbage, capacity building of waste management and rehabilitation of municipal services to new techniques and methods, integration, of private sector in management, partnership ...
Tellingly, where Ralph had sought to disencumber himself of the trimmings of domesticity, Lot lacks the strength to transport Myrtle's appliances into the domus.
As a result, EDA software vendors are scrambling to disencumber the rigid PCB world of tailored processes and streamlined user flows.
When cough is ineffective, therapeutic modalities are used to disencumber the lungs by clearing secretions from the smallest, most peripheral airways [7] to improve pulmonary function and improve prospects for weaning.
According to company officials, their corporation was being divested flora a larger parent organization, and this was the perfect opportunity for them to disencumber themselves flora the former notified body.
Since the 2002 elections, Prime Minister Erdogan and his entourage have rigorously tried to disencumber the AKP from its perceived religious image by reiterating their dedication to democracy and secularism, yet the developments in March and April of 2007 indicate that there is more to be done.
Eliot tries to minimize this issue by foregrounding the benefits of "perfection," but cannot disencumber his logic from the problem posed by the tension between, on one hand, the exemplarity of Dante's belief system and, on the other, the constraints imposed one by one's own era, however impoverished it might be.
This too is someone who hopes, by making sporadic entries in his journal, "pour me debarrasser d'une jeunesse orageuse" 'to disencumber myself of a tempestuous youth' (83)--a personal history with which, however, the narrator encumbers himself more and more as he proceeds.