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  • v  release from entanglement of difficulty

  • As he tries to disencumber himself of the Watergate crimes and conspiracies, President Nixon repeatedly cries out, "The time has come for the rest of us to get on with the urgent .
  • He says he has no use for ''the thing'' in its entirety, so let me offer to disencumber his apartment and find a more welcoming home for the set.
  • The Company also expects to disencumber more than $500 million in additional assets as a result of scheduled debt maturities later this year.

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