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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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23:28: The Ala-Too square is being unblocked. The railings are removed.
NEW Home Secretary Priti Patel has finally unblocked a police union's Twitter account four years after she stopped its tweets.
The PTA has claimed that it is working to improve the mobile phone registration mechanism, and the authority conceded that even after the implementation of its new mobile phone registration mechanism, non-customs paid mobile phones are being unblocked on the black market using stolen identities.
Get me unblocked on social media.'" The court heard Connelly, who appeared from custody, continued sending her threats to unblock him or she "would need the f**king army."
Defence lawyer, in his arguments, pleaded that the accused persons have appeared before the court, hence their CNICs should be unblocked now.
The enforcement agents have already unblocked the company's bank account once to buy cattle food and pay wages.
Internet is abuzz with speculation if VoIP calls could be eventually unblocked in the UAE.
Now, my bank account is unblocked, but they took my gratuity and said they would adjust it to my outstanding loan.
Following her chasing, Tristan finally caved, leading to Kim screaming: 'I'm unblocked guys!' after which Khloe said: 'Do it right now'.
Summary: New Delhi [India], July 3 (ANI): Social media giant Facebook sent out notifications to over 8,00,000 users regarding a bug on the social media site and Messenger that automatically unblocked some people on a user's blocked list.
"While someone who was unblocked could not see content shared with friends, they could have seen things posted to a wider audience, for example pictures shared with friends of friends," explained Facebook's chief privacy officer Erin Egan.
Facebook on Monday said it is notifying more than 800,000 users that a software bug temporarily unblocked people at the social network and its Messenger service.