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uncage

[¦ən′kāj]
(engineering)
To release the caging mechanism of a gyroscope, that is, the mechanism that erects the gyroscope or locks it in position.
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Alleging that big multinationals are illegally selling BT cotton seeds to farmers, the consortium of UNCAGE and other NGOs protested against these intentions of the state government.
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Now, having seen for himself at such close quarters just what it takes to be a world No 1, Baker - who had the weight of such future mantles thrust upon him when he first erupted on to the scene and beat the previous year's Open champion Nick Faldo in a play-off at Fulford in 1988 - is now looking to uncage the tiger in himself.