Recent Examples of unstitch from the Web
The energy reforms of 2013 began to unstitch this by allowing foreign firms to bid for oil contracts in transparent auctions broadcast online.
Since Steinhoff recently withdrew that sponsorship, athletes have been forced to unstitch its emblem from their jerseys and groundsmen to take down the posters and signs that bore the company’s name.
One afternoon, after finishing a cup of coffee in her living room, Greta discovered how to unstitch herself.
They sutured closed a single eye of an eight-day-old kitten and unstitched it three months later.
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