unstrap


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remove the strap or straps from

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Once SpaceShipTwo reaches 360,000ft, the six passengers - paying pounds 150,000 each - will unstrap their seatbelts and experience weightlessness and take in incredible panoramic views of the Earth.
In two months time, after receiving some of the required parts, Malloy plans to unstrap the bike from the ropes that attach it to the ground "to see what happens" and test whether it flies steadily.
Approaching it gingerly - five years ago I'd seen one of these mules explode into a tirade - I manage to unstrap the saddlebag and free it from the mule's foot.
He had to unstrap the seat belt, swim downward, get out of the parachute harness, inflate the life vest, rise to the surface, and climb into a floating inflatable raft.
In the meantime I had to unstrap two expectant children from the car, retrieve favourite toys and keep them amused while we waited for him to arrive.
He had tried to unstrap himself and had forced himself upright in his seat.
As the right seat pilot started to unstrap and prepare to exit the aircraft, we started to fuel.
You've got to go to 150 kilometers (about 93 miles) and give them time to unstrap and float around.
It is the responsibility of a driver to ensure that children travelling in a car are properly restrained by a correctly-fitted seat belt, but many still do not, claiming the children unstrap themselves.
EL SEGUNDO - If they could only unstrap themselves from the electrical-stimulation machines long enough, bend a thumb without yelping, walk a few feet without something throbbing, the Lakers might look up and notice the collision course they've charted - and worry.
It took some time to do this, because of the gunner's belt and need to unstrap.
As the astonished flyer made an emergency approach at 40mph, he noticed his passenger unstrap his safety belt, stand up, jump on the wing and leap from the plane.