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  • v. Present participle of unstow.

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Examples

  • "You've got to be ready to deal with the acceleration challenges of launch and not be surprised by them, and be prepared for the challenges of getting out of your seat, unstowing your equipment and conducting an experiment in what may be a somewhat chaotic environment," she said.

    Scientists Get Ready for Suborbital Flights | Universe Today

  • For a time, the tree moves with a white restlessness of egrets stowing and unstowing their overlong wings.

    The World We Live In

  • I nodded, and we set about unstowing our belongings and rubbing the horses down.

    The Guns of Avalon

  • A Lieutenant-Commander of the Reserve, in a tattered monkey-jacket, was superintending the unstowing of bags and hammocks by

    The Long Trick

  • Bowers attacked the ship's stores, surveyed, relisted, and restowed them, saving very much space by unstowing numerous cases and stowing the contents in the lazarette.

    Scott's Last Expedition Volume I

  • After unstowing Russian RS3 A31p laptop yesterday, FE-1 Skvortsov configured it today with its 28Vdc power supply

    SpaceRef Top Stories

  • Mike Barratt updated the SODF (Station Operations Data File) Warn books by printing out new uplinked procedures pages, unstowing all three copies of the 15A Warning book (Lab, SM, FGB), replacing old pages with the new sheets, and restowing the books.

    SpaceRef Top Stories

  • And look at him -- all hands unstowing cargo to get out a thing like that! "

    Mother Carey's Chicken Her Voyage to the Unknown Isle

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