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  • v. To remove cuffs from (someone)


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  • “Yo, uncuff that bitch,” the nigga wearing red shorts says to Calm One.

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  • The arresting officer was ordered to uncuff Papa and void the arrest.

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  • As Carissa watched with her teeth clenched, her persuasive husband apparently convinced the officers to uncuff the man.

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  • Suburban Detroit police had to uncuff a wife whose husband had shackled her to the bedpost, then lost the handcuff key.

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  • Pet Peeve #2: Short people trying on jeans and cuffing them and then leaving them cuffed for me to have to uncuff to put away.

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  • "This bill will uncuff the police and allow them to assist in the battle against illegal immigration," said Rep. John Kavanagh, R - Fountain Hills. Main RSS Feed

  • I'm used to cuffing my right pant leg - and I'm so lazy or inattentive I usually forget to uncuff it when I reach my destination, so I walk around drawing quizzical looks that I decipher to mean the quizzical-looker figures I must think I'm still in the '80s, when people actually cuffed their pant legs on purpose. stories: News

  • While Jack was transporting his prisoner Nina on a plane, the aircraft was downed by a missile attack and Jack had to uncuff his sworn enemy so that they could fight together to repel the Coral Snake Soldiers.

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  • They pull up to the side, and Renee is forced to uncuff Tony.


  • Bennett - superintendent of the Greater Clark County Schools district in southern Indiana - plans to review all the state's education regulations and see if he can "uncuff the hands of our administrators" by eliminating some of them.

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