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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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'Because nothing was done, there were no prosecution or forfeiture action under the Act carried out within the one-year period, we then wrote to the MACC to unfreeze them,' he said.
As of September 21, every American can now freeze and unfreeze their credit files and set year-long fraud alerts, all free of charge;
"Government should unfreeze benefits and restore work allowances ALISON GARNHAM CHILD POVERTY ACTION GROUP
When Metzler tells applicants he needs them to unfreeze their credit files "at least a couple of times" during the process, sometimes they "freak out about it," he says.
Islamabad [Pakistan], June 28 ( ANI ): Pakistan government has ordered to unfreeze the assets of Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat (ASWJ) chief Maulana Ahmed Ludhianvi and remove ban on his movement.
Dar said in the petition that the Hajvery Trust is an organization for orphans and 93 orphan boys and girls are sheltering in the trust and for the welfare and survival of these children the court must unfreeze the bank accounts Hajvery trust.
Ron Wyden, D-Ore., the top Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee, introduced a Free Credit Freeze Act, which would guarantee all consumers can use PINs to freeze and unfreeze their credit free of charge to stop fraudsters from opening new unauthorized financial accounts.
Papadopoulos added that on Tuesday the finance ministry said the bill no longer needed to be utilised due to the health ministry's decision to unfreeze some 50 positions in state hospitals.
The agencies charge a small fee to freeze your credit whereby no new credit can be opened in your name and a small fee to unfreeze your credit.
Today, less than a week before the PA is set to become an official ICC member (April 1), Israel announced it would unfreeze the funds and resume tax transfers to the PA.
Under the interim nuclear agreement that took effect January 20, the United States authorized two other payments totaling $1 billion in March and is due to unfreeze another billion dollars in payments this week and next week.