disembarrass


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It is true that the colonel has, in recent months, made it clear that he believes that he has an international mission to fulfill and for which he must disembarrass himself from the day-to-day problems of domestic Libyan politics.
72 Even in his avatar that was skeptical of financial integration, Keynes said, "Yet, at the same time, those who seek to disembarrass a country of its entanglements should be very slow and wary.