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  • n. Plural form of unmasking.


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  • And for both unmaskings he said something along the lines of “No one knows my secret identity!”

    AM New York announces Marvel’s new Mayor of NYC

  • If you could provide a link to your previous unmaskings of homophobis councillors .....

    Lib Dems: Councillor in Racial and Homophobic Slur

  • This third one is of course the very best scandal that one coudl wish to expose chavismo, but indulge me if I go first into the other two unmaskings.

    10/29/2006 - 11/05/2006

  • Mr. Major, the artistic director of Boston Lyric Opera, must have had Falstaff in his bones for a very long time, for his coordination of the very busy goings-on in and around the Garter Inn-the posturings and plottings, the maskings and unmaskings, the furtiveness and ardor-is absolutely seamless, as inevitable and logical as the most naturally surreal Buster Keaton comedy.

    Not to Worry, Opera Fans-Cooperstown's in Fine Shape

  • Success thus takes the form of a series of waves of protective colouration; failure is a succession of unmaskings.

    The American Credo A Contribution Toward the Interpretation of the National Mind

  • The original was an allegory of Nazi Germany and the rise of Hitler, but one that was pretty hard to take seriously that way; I suspect most fans remember it more for the alien unmaskings and the Top Stories

  • Satire, social comment, unmaskings and high-powered punch-ups - this one really has got it all.

    Word Magazine - Comments

  • "These delays-all these unmaskings, that lady from the Barnum Drug Bureau making arrests - it's robbed us of time.

    Galaxy Jane


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