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Using the outspread fingers of each hand, begin with the unglued edge and roll the paper around the wood.
She started to come unglued again but stopped the dissolving process just before the wet and gooey stage set in.
HIGHWAYS IN HIDINGGEORGE OLIVER SMITH
Books soon become mildewed or unglued and the finest library will soon have the appearance of a secondhand bookshop.
Baston, unglued from the wall, spoke up with his usual pompous eagerness.
There had been damp weather, and the leather of the bellows had become unglued.
AN OLD ENGLISH HOMES. BARING-GOULD
But we are glad that the carpenter did not leave the legs of it unglued for a joke.
A CHESTERTON CALENDARG. K. CHESTERTON
Sometimes the sound board gets loose or unglued at the edges, or the bridges or ribs come loose.
PIANO TUNINGJ. CREE FISCHER
Flanges, damper heads, and all small wooden parts are liable to break or come unglued.
PIANO TUNINGJ. CREE FISCHER
After a time he unglued his thick lips to ask me if I had seen his brother yet.
These sometimes warp, split, crack, or come unglued at the butt or hammer.
PIANO TUNINGJ. CREE FISCHER

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