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- adjective Not
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Calvin took mercy on the beast then and unpinched the nerve so it could walk again, but after that it never did walk right, it sort of sidled, though whether that was from the pinch Calvin gave it or from the damaged caused by dragging its butt through the dirt for most of a week Calvin had no way to guess.
As space unpinched itself, it seemed agonizingly to twist the eyes of the watchers in their sockets.
European foot, and rather broad, it might also well be supposed to be, in its natural and unpinched condition.
His Normans and Poictevins were over-ripe; he as dry as an unpinched pear.
Trina looked at her daughter ` s unpinched, uncut, unbeaten skin with greedy eyes.