It was so negligently refastened
, perhaps intentionally, on the part of Wamba, that Gurth found no difficulty in freeing his arms altogether from bondage, and then, gliding into the thicket, he made his escape from the party.
"Could that window have been closed and refastened
after the flight of the assassin?" asked Rouletabille.
In either case, the refastened
paper would hide every thing, and the wall would tell no tales.
This being so, they could not have refastened
the sashes from the inside, as they were found fastened; - the consideration which put a stop, through its obviousness, to the scrutiny of the police in this quarter.
Confrontation Clause and to refasten
this critical provision of criminal
Repair joint: Thaw the joint and unscrew the joint, wrap teflon tape around the threaded parts, then refasten
Then, because of the state of my back, I have to find a step or low wall on which to rest my foot, to refasten
Now, look at the structure and refasten
any loose boards.
it--especially after a dream in which the soul has been called away--a red string is tied around the wrist.
You'll have to remove gutter brackets or straps and then refasten
them after the apron is in place.
More curious still is that the murderer had unbuttoned Mr Thomas' cardigan, shirt and trousers and lifted up his undergarments before stabbing him in the stomach, only to then gently refasten
the clothing of the dying shopkeeper.
In his initial appearance, he does not pause to refasten
the top buttons of his cassock as he hurries to confront the late-night visitor to his church--a visible allusion to the unraveling of his own disciplined existence (Fig.8).