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  • v. Present participle of uncrate.


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  • A video Ezarik made of her experience uncrating the bill has been viewed online more than 100,000 times since Monday.

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  • They were joined by Costas, who had been winched down from the US Air Force Chinook fifteen minutes before and had been busy uncrating his cargo on the stern deck.

    Crusader Gold

  • Livy was frantically completing the restoration of the Farmington Avenue house, uncrating the last of the European furniture, bric-a-brac, and crockery and distributing it among the rooms.

    Mark Twain

  • Trying to juggle meals, dishwashing, bedmaking, and daily cleaning with the uncrating of boxes had only prolonged the day when it would all be done.

    The Second Time

  • I found Mr. Boudreau at the back of his property, under shade trees by the coulee, uncrating and assembling an irrigation pump.

    Jolie Blon’s Bounce

  • He looked in the direction of his front door, wishing that he'd paused on uncrating to memorize such details as the gardener's top speed over open lawn.


  • She began uncrating the pretty dishes in the middle of her tiny kitchen table, checking each one for chips and cracks.


  • Isabel Cunningham, a member of our board of directors and our most active volunteer, was up in the flatbed, directing the uncrating.

    The Tree of Death

  • The uncrating of the small flyer, the assembling of frame and motor.

    Star Born

  • - A constructive allowance for unpacking and uncrating the shipment at destination is authorized, where facilities of the Service concerned are not available.



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