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- Arafat wanted to show up on the lawn with his holster holding his faithful Smith Wesson and, with a great flourish, to unstrap the gun and hand it to Clinton.
- In refugee-swollen Shanghai a child collapsed on the steps of a building, too exhausted to unstrap the baby she carried on her back.
- We need him to unstrap America's still muscular diplomacy to seed the antiterrorist soil within Iraq, to structure a regional peace among states that cringe from regional war, to .
- Libbi Gorr in NEWS.com.au
In a somewhat rambling letter, Gorr said her garage space did "not allow the manoeuvrability needed to bend over, unstrap baby, remove groceries, remove pram".