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I placed the steel tank near the cage, uncoiled the hose attachment, unscrewed the top, and dumped in the salts of strontium.
IN SEARCH OF THE UNKNOWNROBERT W. CHAMBERS
Finding his master's spectacles on the desk one day, Jemmy unscrewed them, and removed the glasses.
He unscrewed one, and screwed on another, and by this simple performance acquired the reputation of a "skilled workman."
THE SURPRISES OF LIFEGEORGES CLEMENCEAU
She looked at the sandwiches, unscrewed the flask, but found sight and scent to be enough that morning, and put both aside.
A SHEAF OF CORNMARY E. MANN
I am all unscrewed since your departure; it seems to me now as if ten years have passed since last I saw you.
McPhearson reached for a small traveling clock and unscrewed the back of it.
Also, "jump" the socket by running the wire from C to the other terminal of the bulb at E while it is unscrewed.
I then unscrewed the box of the lock; and, that being taken away, the door was no longer opposed to my wishes.
CALEB WILLIAMSWILLIAM GODWIN
The doctor took the glass vessel, unscrewed the top and shook out a small quantity of the powder on his palm.
Every part can be unscrewed, examined, or cleaned, by any careful person.

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