unglue


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As a retired gunsmith and amateur lapidary, I often have had to "unglue" things such as metal from stone and metal from metal.
I crawled out from my foxhole to see a fish hawk (or osprey) unglue itself from the surface of the water and begin to fly away heavily with a fish in its talons.
He suggests that Soviet collapse will not unglue Western allies, despite their economic and ethnic rivalries.
When you decide to unglue your artificials nails you use a deadly poison that has been responsible for the death of at least one toddler and the poisoning of many others.
To unglue their eyes from the TV, why not head to one of the region's best fruit picking spots?