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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unholster.

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Examples

  • I want the moron who claimed this was an accident to explain how someone accidentally unholsters a weapon, aims it, and shoots an unarmed, subdued man in the back.

    Matthew Yglesias » Oscar Grant

  • Â The woman prays to her lord as Jonah unholsters his gun.

    Review: Jonah Hex #50 | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • Real police, who are trusted by the public to wield great power, even the power of violence, are held to very high standards of conduct -- in some jurisdictions, every time a policeman unholsters his sidearm, he must fill out a report.

    Human rights commissions in the news - Ezra Levant

  • Blogging Dirty: Troy unholsters his calculator, hooks his Xbox to a solar generator, and charts the Falcons Madden 11 ratings from so many angles, though he does so with more toughness than swagger.

    The Falcoholic

  • The Taser Cam is activated as soon as the officer unholsters the Taser and turns off the safety, Tuttle says.

    USATODAY.com Weather News

  • One of the officers kneels on Grant as another officer stands up, tugs at his gun, unholsters it and fires a shot into Grant's back.

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • One of the officers kneels on Grant as another officer stands, tugs at his gun, unholsters it and fires a shot into Grant's back.

    CNN.com

  • ~ cho - kuh - king ~ plunging along an invisible Chisolm Trail as Thunder unholsters its sixguns for a showdown with Lightning.

    Stampede!

  • Mike Wilkerson unholsters his electrified pencil and takes aim at this week’s FlashForward Podcast review!

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