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  • v. Present participle of detangle.


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  • I also liked that the shampoo bottle said "detangling", since she has very long hair that would often get knots at the ends.

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  • Along with a mouthwash gel to alleviate halitosis, the collection includes a detangling lotion, ear and eye cleaners, paw ointment and deodorants.

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  • I mean, they went all around her, but I could get to the place the brambles started, bite them, and she could start detangling the rest of it.

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  • She has long, thick, curly hair and washing, conditioning, detangling and braiding it is almost as time consuming as passing a UN resolution.

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  • On the beauty side: At-home facial steamers from Haan Therapeutics, solid perfume from Scentsy, skincare and perfume from Carita Paris, face body and nail care products by Onsen which hails from Japanese hot springs, the detangling brush from Knot Genie.

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  • A slight detangling of the roots found none that were black or damaged.

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  • BBtv: Speed Cabling -- competitive ethernet detangling sport.

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  • Comb through the blades with your fingers to dislodge the dead foliage, like detangling hair.

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  • HA about the hair, for me it was Chickenpoet, the thickest head of hair ever, and very sensitive to detangling.

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  • No more detangling lights and wrapping them carefully around the tree only to discover one bulb is out.

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