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Before Ripperda could unclasp his lips to reply, the stranger had opened the door, and passed through it like a gliding shadow.
Valverde, probably thinking he could show him to unclasp the volume, stepped nearer to him.
"Some wine," cried Tristram, chafing Harry's forehead and gently striving to unclasp his sister's arms.
THE INCENDIARYW. A. (WILLIAM AUGUSTINE) LEAHY
The awful figure held up a warning finger, and then began deliberately to unclasp the volume he held in his hands.
RED CAP TALESSAMUEL RUTHERFORD CROCKETT
When walking with his mother he seeks to unclasp his hand from hers and make a little detour in the grass along the way.
REVISITING THE EARTHJAMES LANGDON HILL
He grew scarlet with confusion and sought to unclasp those twining arms.
THE REVELLERSLOUIS TRACY
His fingers were badly swollen, and it was agony to clasp and unclasp them; while his arms were sore from wrist to elbow.
By a pressure of tiny feet, he tried to indicate that Sarka and Jaska should unclasp their hands.
He makes an effort to unclasp the small, pretty fingers that are grasping the rails so rigidly.
APRIL'S LADYMARGARET WOLFE HUNGERFORD
She began to unclasp her girdle, as she spoke, and something dropped upon the floor.
PHILOTHEALYDIA MARIA CHILD

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