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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unglue.
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Simply put, we lose our innocence when we experience something in a way that "unglues" us, that breaks down our wholeness in some way.
The in-flight film, I Am Sam, unglues him as he begins to audibly bawl over the coincidence and poignancy of Sean Penn playing a mentally challenged father named "Sam."
The dampness you feel on your skin at the site of the sting is not sweat brought on by the inflammation; it is plasma leaking out through the skin as a result of an enzyme that unglues your cells from one another.
Somewhere a light changes; the traffic unglues itself.
That's why they called it the descolador" it unglues the DNA in humans, too. "
Glycolic Acid unglues dead skin cells from the outer surface creating a fresh and smoother appearance.