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  • v. Present participle of unzip.


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  • – 'Zippers' are conceptually at work in the DNA double helix, which is "unzipped" for replication and transcription

    A Dubious "Opportunity" for IDers

  • The robots move along a specially created track made of 'unzipped' DNA, linking with each segment as they go and then unbinding.

    TG Daily

  • I believe I've downloaded and "unzipped" but, in Package Manager I don't see anything called Limewire.


  • "Project Runway" co-host Heidi Klum is "unzipped" like you've never seen her before.

    California Style

  • "unzipped," it can't replicate properly. additional screening for US-bound flights from 14 nations is harmful, because it unfairly focuses on Muslim nations, while not even including the Netherlands, the country from which Abdulmutuallah departed.


  • Wears glasses, a small ear ring, an unzipped black hooded sweatshirt over an olive green fleece pull-over and faded black jeans with long white patches of dried paint or plaster or possibly glue running from his knees to his cuffs.

    Lance Mannion:

  • As he unzipped one of the bags, releasing the putrid smell of formaldehyde, he explained that inside was a cadaver whose skin had been surgically sliced open and whose organs had been removed and examined by other students earlier in the semester.

    Michael O'Loughlin: Epiphany By Anatomy: How Seeing a Dead Body Helped Me Understand Life

  • Shot was a little low and busted the chest cavity wide open like he unzipped it like a coat.

    Have any of you taken a deer with a frontal chest shot?

  • He unhitched his belt, unzipped his pants and stepped out of them, dropping them to the floor.

    GAMES OF CHANCE • by Jerry Kraft

  • But officers shaving their heads to look like Lithuanian cage-fighters, never wearing their hats, walking about in manky, unzipped jackets just makes it look ten times worse. on November 30, 2009 at 6: 45 am Crime Analyst

    And for my next trick……. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG


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