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


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  • Sandoval picks up his briefcase, unsnaps and snaps the lock.

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  • But this flat cover easily unsnaps and stores out of site in the cargo floor in a hinged hideaway.

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  • When he unsnaps my bra, Len lets out another groan, the way he did when I kissed his ear.

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  • She unsnaps her jeans, slides her fingers down, and starts strumming her tune.


  • Well, on page nine, the heroine unsnaps her bra, watches her breastises pop out, wondering: Why does she want him to see these?

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  • Shelby unsnaps his PJs, tosses them on the floor, and puts a diaper on him.

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  • But instead of telling Broy to pick up the rein, Resnick unsnaps the lead and then continues to ask him to halt only with her body while Broy asks from his back.

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  • Donna Ewing holds on tight with both hands and slowly pulls the horse past an audience of 40 or 50 people and into a fenced-off arena, where she unsnaps the lead from its halter.

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  • As Strano describes it, the oxygen "unsnaps a tether that keeps the protein together," but the same proteins are quickly reassembled to restart the process.

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  • The Tatoo helmet (that comes from the french 'tatou' which means armadillo) is made out of flexible (and recyclable!) interconnected polypropylene that unsnaps from itself and packs flat for storage.

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