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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of unkink.


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  • So I have done an editorial read, written a review of Fantastic Mr. Fox for Tor. com, and made the executive decision that right this second, I am going to write "The Unicorn Evils" and hope that by the time coffeeem and I have a draft, Grail (which has the less pressing deadline) has unkinked itself and wants to be written.

    let me sleep all night in your... soul kitchen

  • Feeling the pop of unkinked muscles down her back.

    Earl of Durkness

  • I made notes after I got the leg unkinked and made it to the computer.

    From Twitter 02-18-2010

  • Nervousness on this count will probably dissipate when the development/production pipleline gets unkinked, and employees swing from the end of one show onto the start of another.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • They wedged themselves out of the crevice and unkinked their joints.

    Pet Peeve

  • As we noted earlier, Art Byrne knew that if the value stream for every product was going to be unkinked continuously, people would continually be left by the side of the stream.

    Lean Thinking

  • And uncoiled and unkinked the rope, set the rappel and got down to a pool of water that was at the bottom of the rappel.

    CNN Transcript May 8, 2003

  • He unkinked his shoulders and took a sip of his coffee.

    Fault Line

  • I knelt, groaning slightly as my back unkinked; sleeping on the ground exaggerated all the normal small morning stiffnesses.

    Drums of Autumn

  • Miss Nefer's simply unkinked herself, waved a hand to the real audience and come back stage.

    No Great Magic


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