unglue


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They may unglue some of the price increases companies are planning now.
44 Magnum brass on my bench waiting ever so patiently to be prepped, but sometimes I can't seem to unglue myself from the sofa, much less work my way through the cast aside baby dolls, teddy bears, and assorted toys about which my little princess yells "mine," whenever I attempt to locate a toy box.
One viral protein, an enzyme called neuraminidase, is required for the bundle to unglue itself so that individual virus particles can infect other cells.