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MATT ATT A slumped as though his bones had come unglued.
The front and back, however, feature an open-layered design that uses friction between unglued layers of foam to "grab" arrows quickly while also allowing easy shaft removal.
Mark Dubovitz, a sanctions specialist with the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, said such a sanctions-in-waiting law have real a benefit right away because many people are listening to Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu say almost daily that the sanctions are becoming unglued and everyone will soon be trading with Iran.
Friendly neighbours are unglued when prodigal daughter Leighton Meester hitches up with next-door-dad Hugh Laurie (above).
TLC) A bride obsessed with candy and crystals comes unglued when she's asked to scale back her extravagant plans for the wedding of her dreams.
Our Woman is a middle-aged farm wife in Ireland whose life becomes unglued when she discovers her much-loved son's homosexuality and then her husband's infidelity.
He has set his sights on New Age guru Dr Sinja for his own selfish purposes, but Dr Sinja is on to him and Jack's life comes unglued after a magical Bodhi tree mysteriously appears in his backyard.
Levant States Coming Unglued as Iraq teeters on Edge of Civil War and Syria Beset by over 1000 militias The Levant States seem to be coming unglued as the fighting in Fallujah pushes Iraq toward civil war.
The company stuck to its prestige roots even as the world's financial system was coming unglued.
But Sinja is one step ahead of him, and Jack's life comes unglued after a magical Bodhi tree appears in his backyard one night.
Just imagine coming unglued in a crowded bar and everyone drifting into one large cloud of drinkers.
In one of his many self-commentaries, Holder writes, "The strangeness of these stories was not meant to astonish as much as they were used to locate gravity where we had become unglued to our own dissimilar histories.