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undo the ties of

cause to become loose

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The knots that mathematicians have been studying have a slight quirk: After the theoretical knot is tied, the ends of the string are joined together so the knot can't untie.
Trying to forecast the timing, place, and size of traffic demands from different types of interfaces, protocols, and services is like guessing which beam will untie the knot.
Argentine physicist moves to untie universal mysteries.
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1 : to undo the knots in <I can't untie my shoelaces.
But when you do need to untie the antenna, be sure to tie up the antenna tiedown.
Loosen the knot first, then untie, reversing the steps used to tie it.
It was these to whom Isaiah alluded when he spoke in the Name of the Lord: "No, this is the fast I desire: To unlock fetters of wickedne ss, and untie the cords of the yoke; to let the oppressed go free; to break off every yoke.
At the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) High-Level meeting in April 2001, rich countries agreed to untie aid for the very poorest more than a year ago.
Later, their fingers tangle in intricate knots that they try to untie.