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  • v. Present participle of unpin.


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  • I asked, anxiously unpinning my skirts to cover my dusty boots.

    Exit the Actress

  • “No such luck,” Cassidy grunted, unpinning an A3 blow-up of Catriona Plunkett from the board and rolling it up.

    The Priest

  • Between these two books, with their rather different views of disaster, one can obtain a surprisingly broad political education into the philosophical unpinning of global corporate capitalism and its perennial alternative, cooperative civic society.

    Dale Pendell: The Disaster Twin-Pak, Plus Zeitoun

  • She began unpinning her big name button then let it clang to the pavement.

    The Big Name Buttons

  • I sat next to him while unpinning my hair and shaking it loose.

    No Strings Attached

  • Do you see how much pinning and unpinning and bagging this makes?

    Set free.....

  • Along the meandering course to the Square there must have been a dozen strangers who bestowed me with personal mementoes, unpinning school pins from their vests and swapping sweaty headbands in solidarity.

    Archive 2009-05-17

  • Bad unpinning dice followed by lousy combat dice saw them lose their chance & the Germans just managed to hang on to the objective.

    Camp Cromwell 03/03/09

  • You are really unpinning six decades of carefully built self-delusion.

    seanan_mcguire: Rosemary and reviews!

  • Nancy appeared at the door and took her seat, unpinning her cap.

    Kate Morton Ebook Collection


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