unanchor

unanchor

(ʌnˈæŋkə)
vb (tr)
1. (Nautical Terms) to remove or loose from anchor
2. to free or to liberate
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At the smite time, it is highly unlikely that the Bush Administration will back up its request for China to unanchor the yuan to the dollar with threats or ultimatums any more than it has arm-twisted Beijing on human rights issues.
The doubleness of violence is its act of destruction and creation -- violence destabilizes the social, unanchors social reality, and at the same time deploys the materiality of the hurt body to anchor materiality.