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- v. Present participle of uncuff.
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Calm One has been the only one coming down to check on me, uncuffing me, taking me to the bathroom, and allowing me to stretch.
Shaking his head, he handed the keys to Willlamson with a grunt, determined not to be the one doing the uncuffing.
BECK: Okay, so I believe we can do anything when we set our mind to it, but nobody is actually uncuffing the American people.
Shaking his head, he handed the keys to Williamson with a grunt, determined not to be the one doing the uncuffing.
“I’d take it easy if I were you,” said the man as he finished uncuffing Harvath.