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The children stood round in a circle, and the hoop was twisted up tightly and then let to untwist itself slowly.
MARJORIE'S BUSY DAYSCAROLYN WELLS
Bartley watched Cheyenne untwist a piece of soft rope and make a pair of serviceable hobbles.
PARTNERS OF CHANCEHENRY HERBERT KNIBBS
I lutined their hair so nicely for them that when they woke they could not untwist it, and had to cut it off!
THE FAIRIES AND THE CHRISTMAS CHILDLILIAN GASK
Cymon began to untwist some of Owen's work; and Owen bore this trial of his patience with good temper.
THE LITTLE DOG TRUSTY; THE ORANGE MAN; AND THE CHERRY ORCHARD; BEING THE TENTH PART OF EARLY LESSONS (1801)MARIA EDGEWORTH
In so doing the thread is apt to untwist itself, and wants constantly re-twisting.
ART IN NEEDLEWORKLEWIS F. DAY
If bought for pure linen, ravel the material and untwist warp and woof threads.
FOODS AND HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENTHELEN KINNE
Pull the closely woven fabric apart and untwist the fibers to see if cotton is present.
FOODS AND HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENTHELEN KINNE
Take in pieces the story—untwist the intertwined classical and romantic threads.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 57, NO. 355, MAY 1845VARIOUS
Untwist your solar plexus by cheerful thinking, get new life force into its withered and neglected condition.
SUPREME PERSONALITYDELMER EUGENE CROFT
The halyard and sheet should be of woven cord, which does not untwist, and is soft to handle in the wet.
THREE HUNDRED THINGS A BRIGHT BOY CAN DOANONYMOUS
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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