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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of unroll.


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  • A huge chart of Southeast Asian seas, a Victorian-looking affair on linen with names in Dutch, unrolled between us.

    The Gates of Noon

  • Like a huge reel of thread the long winter term unrolled itself.

    The Loom of Youth

  • There had been a bath – or something equally cleansing – in a pail near a fire where ragged but agreeable people were cooking herrings, sausages, and other delicacies on little girdirons or pans that they unrolled from the strange bundles that were their luggage.

    Harding's Luck

  • Larger companies may roll up multiple products into one value, but it shouldn't be much imposition to provide the separate, "unrolled" values per title.

    "100K Group" lists? (Or, 'The Numbers Game' Part 2)

  • In that case, individual contacts can be 'unrolled' by double-clicking on the aggregated name entry. Content

  • Sir, as part of our first tier of troubleshooting I'd like to make sure that your laptop is fully unrolled.

    Rollup Laptop

  • But thanks to the unique circumstances of their preservation they survived, and what scholars found when they unrolled them was a major library dating back to biblical times.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • Then he broke the seal and unrolled the scroll and read:

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • James scooped up the bag, unrolled the top, and looked inside at the box of .38 caliber ammunition.

    Etched in Bone

  • On Wednesday, Mr. Perry's campaign unrolled a new ad in the state featuring veterans praising the candidate, who flew transport planes during his military stint, from 1972 to 1977.

    Perry, After Poor Showings, Mines New Terrain


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