unclamp

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unclamp

(ʌnˈklæmp)
vb (tr)
to remove a clamp from
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"We want to eliminate the need of having motorists walk to city hall to have their cars unclamped. We have already started to implement the new electronic claiming charges system and it is much more easier for paying the penalties," Tinega said.
When that happens, units should be unclamped only when the owner has paid all dues and cleared the site of all filth.
The drain was clamped after a quantity of fluid was drained to see if Mr Griffiths was responding well and then it was unclamped to drain more before Mr Griffiths collapsed and went into cardiac arrest.
Once in orbit, these "test masses" were unclamped and allowed to go into free fall while a high-resolution laser interferometer measured their positions.
Not only do you get a fine from the DVLA but you also have to pay a fine to get your car unclamped. My daughter and her partner are now over PS600 worse off just before Christmas.
The integral Smart-LOC clamping system also simplifies field maintenance, enabling individual components to be simply and swiftly unclamped and replaced.
Not only does production benefit from magnetic clamping technology, but staff does as well, since the dies, which sometimes weigh several tons and are very hot, no longer have to be clamped and unclamped manually.
We now know that leaving the cord unclamped helps a new baby because it enables nutritious, fresh blood from the placenta to continue flowing into the baby's body.
Researchers now find that for very preterm infants, keeping the cord unclamped shortly after birth and squeezing it with a few long strokes from mother toward the child delivers valuable blood to the infant.
In the study group, the placental end of the cut umbilical cord was unclamped immediately after it was cut and left open to drain blood in a vessel until the flow ceased.
If pain or fever (>38[degrees]C) developed following clamping, the NT was unclamped and another trial of clamping was done the next day.
No bleeding from the splenic remnant occurred after the pedicle was unclamped. The specimen was removed intact in a water-impervious retrieval bag after extending one of the 12-mm port wounds.