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I can't help feeling that until the public sector starts to unshackle itself from expensive blue-sky thinktanks, things will never improve.
During a student protest in Budapest against the USSR, Karcsi meets student Viki (Kata Dobo), who believes he bears a responsibility to unshackle her homeland from communist rule.
TOKYO: Group of Seven finance ministers and central bankers gave China a slight nod on its efforts to unshackle the yuan and allow more appreciation, even as European officials kept up their pressure on Beijing for more action.
A new controlled-release system relies on enzymes to unshackle chemicals only when and where they're needed.
He also draws two very important and very true conclusions, that we should unshackle our energy resources and producers and that we should stop funding our competitors and enemies.
Ms Morris wants to unshackle teachers by having other trained adults in the classroom.
It's time for the slaves to unshackle themselves from their master, the SP, and adopt a different business methodology
Pollock's achievement had been to unshackle line from the tasks of bounding and defining middle forms; liberated to index their own self-sufficient trajectories, his poured traces of pigment interwove themselves into miragelike thickets that defied correlation with any objects or bodies in the world.
The move is expected to unshackle several highway construction projects.
Every company in the country was started by an entrepreneur and what Majority Leader Cantor has done for us is give us the opportunity to unshackle some of these things that have been binding us so that my company, which is an energy company, can create jobs and for this I am grateful.
I can't help feeling that until the public sector starts to unshackle itself of expensive blue-sky think tanks, things will never improve.
Markets piled pressure on Gulf currency pegs last year on speculation that dollar weakness would prompt Qatar and its neighbours to unshackle their currencies from the dollar and adopt a currency basket.