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


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  • And of course in our conversation, Shay unpeels my lack of knowledge.

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  • Layer after layer unpeels, rendering the viewer paralyzed with sympathy and loss, yet invigorated by the superior artistry of it all.

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  • Jimmy is an enigmatic person who the heroine and readers begins unpeels the mystery one petal at a time.

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  • Jeff Jarvis unpeels the onion that is the newspaper, opines that some things should go and kicks off a lively discussion in the comments.

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  • The series stars Glenn Close and unpeels layers after layer, slowly revealing its characters and twisty-turny plot through a complex but compelling series of flashbacks and flash-forwards.

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  • Typical of a McDevitt book, the mystery slowly unpeels like an onion, growing more gripping as it does.

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  • The Sense of an Ending, his measured prose and the deliberate, elegant pacing as the protagonist unpeels layers of memory, make for an intricate, absorbing narrative.

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  • The story begins in his world, as she unpeels Pickton's life by talking about a childhood filled with poverty and torment, an adolescence where he could never quite fit in and then adulthood where he fought to be his own person.

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  • York on Friday and in Los Angeles on Sept. 24, unpeels layer upon layer to get at what made the troubled genius tick as an artist and an eccentric.


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