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According to the police, the bull terrier's owner told investigators that his dog was usually locked up in his yard, but left the house when someone left a garden door unlatched.
That could keep them unlatched when the hood is closed.
He said a farmer escaped injury in 1973 when he accidentally kicked a hand grenade with the pin unlatched.
Evocative, tactile phrases are aplenty: "she unlatched the suitcase, and out poured the musty smell of waiting," "her sin was the tar kind," and the sound of finger-worn covered buttons scattering like bits of broken glass are all given in the span of a few pages.
BRITISH Airways' procedures were under the spotlight last night after an accident report revealed that doors on both engines of the BA plane in last week's Heathrow emergency landing drama had been left unlatched during maintenance.
DOORS on both engines of the British Airways plane in last week's Heathrow emergency landing drama had been left unlatched during maintenance, according to an official accident report.
Knowledge Unlatched is not yet an ebook collection, but an initiative to bring open access ebooks to fruition though the collaborative efforts of authors, publishers, and libraries (www.
And despite the coupe styling there's plenty of luggage space, and even more if you drop the rear seats, which can be unlatched from inside the boot.
And despite the coupe styling, there's plenty of luggage space, and even more if you drop the rear seats, which can be unlatched from inside the boot.
He entered the residence through an unlatched door looking for his ex-girlfriend.
than thumbnail, unlatched the door of the house I, myself, had
The doors were unlatched and the nose was as high as it would go as we settled into the tall grass.