unbale

unbale

(ʌnˈbeɪl)
vb (tr)
to remove from a bale or tightly bound package
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WELFARE: This allows someone make decisions about your welfare if you are unbale to do this yourself.
In the verdict, the court had announced that there was concrete evidence against the former premier in the filed reference and he remained unbale to provide money trail in the case.
When you do not associate yourself you are unable to buy fertiliser, you are unbale to get latest information.
MUMBAI -- Captain Zainul Abidin Juvale,an Indian Naval officer and a Kuwait crisis hero has been unbale to find a house in Mumbai Posh area due to him being a Muslim.
He then put pen to paper on a four and a half year contract yesterday but was unbale to train with his new team-mates due to the wintry weather conditions.
The mill, he and others say, pays substantially more for clean newsprint it doesn't need to unbale. By "being able to load the trucks loose and go directly to the mill, we increased what we were paid, by ton, approximately 35%," Conaboy says.