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I introduced myself as a policeman and told him to untie the pupils.
At some point, after the burglars discovered a locked safe, the male homeowner convinced the two men to untie him so he could open the safe.
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The league imposed the punishment upon the 28-year-old American on Wednesday after he attempted to untie an opposing player's shoes Tuesday during New York's 89-85 home victory over Detroit.
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In particular she analyzes the trend in recent decades to untie food aid from commercial interests in most places but the US.
With the door re-opened, the operator can untie the outlet spout tapes.
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But the thugs then had to untie him as he couldn't get up off the floor to follow their orders of walking upstairs.
1 : to undo the knots in <I can't untie my shoelaces.>