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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reveal.

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Examples

  • Her tone is neutral, and I look over to see if her expression reveals a little more about what she thinks of the idea.

    Pies & Prejudice

  • A newly-available Alliance for Justice analysis of the term reveals that "the most ominous theme of the term was the repeated planting of bombs by the Roberts wing of the Court designed to detonate in future terms, including preparations to throw out the Voting Rights Act, eliminate disparate impact violations, dismantle campaign finance law or further erode the rights of criminal defendants."

    Nan Aron: Demolition Specialists: The Supreme Court's 2008/2009 Term

  • Thank You that Your name reveals Your great, unchanging character and that Your Word is truth that I can use effectively to renew my mind.

    Fear Not Tommorow, God is Already There

  • His name reveals His character, and as we know His character, we discover that He is worthy of our trust.

    Fear Not Tommorow, God is Already There

  • Even the title reveals his ignorance of how science works.

    The Panda's Thumb: November 2006 Archives

  • This work, as the title reveals, consists of three books.

    Antoine Le Grand

  • A volume like this has 50 or 75 different articles but no mention in the title reveals the content of the article which makes it a job to try to refer back to or use these reports for reference.

    Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the Thirty-Eighth Annual Meeting Guelph, Ontario, September 3, 4, 5, 1947

  • But just looking at the name reveals both what's good about this merger and what makes it so tricky.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Utah Sen. Bob Bennett's (R) failure on Saturday to secure his party's nomination to fill another term reveals many truisms beginning to form during this election cycle - some of them more a reflection on the sitting senator and his own failings than some political juggernaut movement bending conservative candidates to its every whim.

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  • Yet, a closer examination of the term reveals much more.

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