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ek struh kay shuhn

  • n  the act of releasing from a snarled or tangled condition

  • But even Senators like Obama and Jim Webb, who opposed the war from the start, say the extrication must be careful and must involve far better planning than the Bush-Cheney invasion.
  • A Prince William County firefighter comforts the driver of a Ford Explorer as they wait for a rescue squad to arrive with extrication equipment.
  • After the extrication the physician stated: "My fee for a call at this time of night is never less than $25.

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