from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To remove the lead from.
- transitive v. Printing To extricate the leads from between (lines of type).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In printing, to remove the leads from (composed types).
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And if we can't get more refineries online and can't churn out more of the high grade unlead, that's where we're in trouble.
I've got $100 in my Adwords account, ready to unlead on a campaign and make some money, what in your opinion is the best way to spend this?
I've try unlead video to capture the same frame, but the software degrate the quality of the picture.
Northanymbr. _, has "unlead, nomen opprobrii;" but he gives a false derivation: Grose, in his _Provincial Glossary_, "unleed or unlead, a general name for any crawling venomous creature, as a toad,