unglue


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University of Oregon economist Tim Duy said that the Fed is not only facing the challenge of "trying to unglue the credit system," it also is dealing with the challenge of an economy that is already pretty well saturated with debt.
All this would trigger some intriguing negotiations with the next administration's antitrust gurus, which in turn would likely unglue some cable assets.
But in no time you learn how to unglue yourself from a camel," he jokes.
When you decide to unglue your artificials nails you use a deadly poison that has been responsible for the death of at least one toddler and the poisoning of many others.