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un·block

 (ŭn-blŏk′)
tr.v. un·blocked, un·block·ing, un·blocks
To remove or clear an obstruction from: unblock a road; unblock an artery.
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unblocked

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Free from obstructions:
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The Syrian government forces have unblocked an armored vehicles military base in the Syrian city of Harasta, that was surrounded by militants, a source told Sputnik on Monday.
The CPLC took the initiative and looked into the matter seriously that led to the fact that phones are unblocked or unlocked and sold in market.
Summary: Websites and some television channels linked to Qatar were unblocked in Saudi Arabia on Monday morning but the change arose …
A number of Qatari websites and television channels were unblocked in Saudi Arabia Monday morning as the result of a technical glitch, according to a Reuters report citing a Saudi royal court adviser.
Zaev said on Wednesday, too, he hoped institutions would soon be unblocked.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The most crucial equipment needed for construction of platform 20 of phase 20 and 21 of the supergiant South Pars Gas Field have been unblocked and transferred to Khorramshahr Yard for Installation, operator of the phases said.
The Authority also unblocked 3,962 mobile handsets during the period.
Bangladesh unblocked social networking site Facebook in the county after a gap of 21 days, State Minister for Post and Telecommunications Tarana Halim said at a press briefing Thursday.
It's hardly surprising that areas of the town flooded - the ones in Milnsbridge haven't been unblocked in years.
BRUSSELS, Ramadan 04, 1436, June 21, 2015, SPA -- Russian state accounts frozen in Belgium to cover a court settlement compensating shareholders in defunct oil company Yukos are in the process of being unblocked, Belgium's foreign minister said, according to Reuters.
According to data issued by PTA here, out of total 877,568 blocked IMEIs, 48,394 IMEIs were unblocked after successful recovery of the handsets.
He had carried out a successful procedure to put a stent in one of Mr Bisset's arteries but he said it was important that his right coronary artery was unblocked.