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  • "When they finally unpiled everyone who had jumped on the ball, they found two or three baseballs underneath," he said.

    MLB Authenticators Ready for A-Rod's 600th Homer

  • Slowly, under the supervision of the referees, the androids were unpiled.

    Blue Adept

  • She pointed, as she spoke, to the cluttered yard before them, to the unwashed wagons and rusty tools that had not been put away, to the shed-door half off its hinges, and the unpiled wood tossed carelessly inside the shed.

    The Old Gray Homestead

  • The deputation saluted, returned to the fallen-out contingent, which gravely unpiled its arms and marched back to its lines, amid a little desultory cheering from some few by-standers who realised what was taking place.

    On the Heels of De Wet

  • At a note on the bugle the tents and other baggage were stowed in the carts, and then the men hitched on their knapsacks, unpiled arms, and began to fall into rank.

    The Young Buglers

  • All at once fall in, arms are unpiled, and, enlivened by our band, we again step out; now feet begin to ache, and boots to chafe; but the cheery music of the bands, bugles, or drums and fifes of the regiments marching next to us, generally the Rifles, infuses energy into the most footsore.

    Our Sailors Gallant Deeds of the British Navy during Victoria's Reign

  • Robert Moncton or Dinah North know of your existence, the green sod would not lie long unpiled upon your head.

    The Monctons: A Novel, Volume I

  • They stopped the clock, and players unpiled, and Colorado was given enough time to set up.

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