uncoiled


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An uncoiled hoover was also allegedly found at the top of the stairs after her death.
All the contributors have presented papers at one of the Congress on Ionic Liquids (COIL) meetings, but these essays are separate from those presentations, thus are unCOILed.
Outside the aircraft PR AN, who was manning the fire bottle, uncoiled the hose and was ready to go before they even made it out of the aircraft.
The machines can also be used for 3-, 4- and 6-inch pipe offering the benefit of reduced pipe out of roundness, particularly on 6-inch pipe, resulting in no requirement for re-rounding on site when the pipe is uncoiled.
Whenever you're using an extension lead or corded power tool, make sure the lead is uncoiled because it could overheat if there are knots in it.
Whenever you''re using an extension lead or corded power tool, make sure the lead is uncoiled because it could overheat if there are knots in it.
Local television images showed the black and yellow reptile, reportedly a species of rat snake, being uncoiled and plucked slowly from the toilet bowl.
The cause of the blaze is understood to have been an uncoiled extension lead, fitted to an oil-fired heater, which overheated.
Worn and then uncoiled by a performer, the text evoked the flow of the passage of both body and thought.
The exultant horns at the very opening roared with grandeur, and the resulting awakening of nature unwound and uncoiled with vivid expression, not least from the full-frontal cellos and basses.
After helping deliver 5lb 7oz baby Rebecca, John uncoiled the umbilical cord from around her neck and revived her by giving the kiss of life before paramedics arrived to take over.
Although the force required to uncoil the pipe is small, if a straightener is not used, the uncoiled pipe will tend to elastically re-coil, like a spring, which is both inconvenient and a safety hazard.
Weaver keeps his right hand back as long as possible before whipping it across his body a shade after he has uncoiled.
SIR PERCY, as is his wont, danced on his toes in the paddock during his a wayday to Newbury yesterday, but once on the course the spring uncoiled and he delivered in style in a full-blooded workout over seven furlongs, write Rodney Masters and David Lawrence.
While she is riding, a mischievous breeze tugged at the scarf, uncoiled it from her neck, and then lifted it into the air.