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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of unbuckle.


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  • In a press conference Monday, Headley said the airlines are not "rolling in money" but since they've "unbuckled" some of their services, they've freed up cash flow.

  • Me: So, imagine you're in the SpaceShipTwo, you've gotten to the point where you're in microgravity, you're unbuckled, what's the first thing you would do?

    Zoe P. Strassfield: "Space Is Wide Open": Talking With Virgin Galactic CTO Steve Isakowitz

  • He pushed himself between her legs and unbuckled his belt, unzipped his pants.

    Second Chance

  • She brought herself to her knees on the bearskin mat, her face aglow with true Eve-light, and shyly unbuckled his heavy belt.

    The Son of the Wolf

  • Jace unbuckled his cloak and draped it over his left shoulder before fastening it again with the clasp-chain upon his right shoulder.

    The Gauntlet Thrown Chapter Thirty Six

  • The wise Christian will have nothing to do with these neo-Gnostic fools who've unbuckled themselves from the Word of God and have embarked upon their Wild Goose Chase of subjective experience, wrote Southern Baptist blogger Ken Silva of New Hampshire-based Apprising Ministries.

    Left-leaning Christians to rally around 'Wild Goose'

  • He stood up and unbuckled the halter from the rack on the stall door.

    Quarters, Pasos, Arabians

  • I unbuckled my belt and he nudged my hand out of the way.

    Recipe for Love

  • Straps were unsnapped and buckles unbuckled, and Little Zojja jumped down amid the others.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • "What?" said Ro impatiently, respiring heavily, clutching his unbuckled belt.



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