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unfreezing

[¦ən′frēz·iŋ]
(geology)
The upward movement of stones to the surface as a result of repeated freezing and thawing of the containing soil.
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The Equifax data breach highlights the need for consumers to have more control over their credit reports, including the ability to freeze and unfreeze without charge," said Chi Chi Wu, National Consumer Law Center staff attorney.
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Altogether, the United States is obliged to unfreeze $4.
After the conference held by the Cairo Group (UN, African Union, Arab League, Organisation of Islamic Cooperation and the EU) on 26 August in New York, the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs, Catherine Ashton, said she had "underlined the need for early decisions at the United Nations to unfreeze Libyan assets blocked abroad".
UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed al-Nahyan told a news conference that the only way to unfreeze the assets is if the UN Security Council says so, "I am not sure of about the amount of assets, it is in the range of $500 million to $700 million.
In Vienna, foreign ministry spokesman Peter Launsky-Tieffenthal said the rebels had requested to Austria to unfreeze funds in order to fund Libya's schools.
THE lawyer of a former government official caught in the middle of money laundering allegations has demanded authorities unfreeze his assets, reports NOOR TOORANI.
Maxon said the department was considering applications from several institutions to unfreeze posts.
In the first few days after winning the elections, Borissov said that the EC had assured him that it would unfreeze funds to Bulgaria under the EU's Sapard agricultural aid programme.
Although NSBA supports efforts to unfreeze the secondary market, it has been disappointed by this endeavor's many false starts.
Brown said that he would unveil this week more plans to unfreeze lending among banks to restore the flow of credit to struggling businesses and help the ailing economy.
But because so much is at stake, it is important that Congress and federal policymakers not lose sight of the overarching purpose of the taxpayer largess: to unfreeze the financial system that fuels the nation's economic engines.