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


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  • WEST POINT — Sgt. 1st Class Patrick King reaches under the left leg of his shorts, unstraps his prosthesis and grins.

    They can rebuild them, they can make them better...

  • Danielle moves her leg, unstraps a sandal and raises her right foot.

    The New Yorker Stories

  • When Brody refuses to return the children to the interrogation room, H, apparently grandstanding, unstraps Younger and informs him that he's free.

    Russ Wellen: Torture and the Ticking Time Bomb (Read: Nuclear) Scenario

  • Jaya is strong enough to lift Jove up now and even unstraps him and lifts him out of the buggy for me when we get home from the shops.

    tequilamonky Diary Entry

  • The space suit is floating behind the command chair as he unstraps and moves into position to use the breadth of the small cabin for the struggle.


  • He pins the ejection seat, unstraps, and stands before swinging a leg carefully over the side and climbing down.


  • A woman sidles up to the urinal next to yours stick with me, unstraps her dangly eight inch rubber doohickey, and targets the porcelain waste receptacle before her.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • Lorn hands the gelding's reins to the ostler, then unstraps his second sabre and his gear.

    Scion of Cyador

  • Dorrin unstraps the leather cradle before moving the crane to the other side of the building.

    The Magic Engineer

  • The guard unstraps the unconscious woman and lifts her over his shoulders like a sack.

    The Magic Engineer


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