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uhn hich

  • v  unfasten or release from or as if from a hitch

  • But recently some lawyers have noticed that as stock prices have plunged, they've gotten inquiries from business owners and investors looking to unhitch now, with the idea that .
  • Train crews had to unhitch the locomotive and go in search of help, and the injured were carried to a hospital six miles away on bicycles and on people's backs.
  • With Harvester's new coupler, farmers do not have to dismount from their tractors to hitch or unhitch plows, harrows, weeders and other Harvester implements; working from the .

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