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


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  • Only a court order 'unseals' it and she's waiting for that court order KNOWING lawsuits are going to come from those with REAL STANDING - i.e.,

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  • When Silas Heap unseals a forgotten room in the Palace, he releases the ghost of a Queen who lived five hundred years earlier.

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  • With a headlamp as his only light, Maslyn unseals an environmental door to reveal what he calls an easy entrance tunnel - half a meter wide - the size of a dinner platter.

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  • Judge unseals material with a "high probability of causing undue harassment and embarrassment" for the Robert Wone defendants (Blog of Legal Times) "[T] he citizens of the District need to ask themselves: Does being liked matter more than getting the job done?"

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  • Mr. Dimming unseals the official test and opens to the first page.

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  • Judge unseals Alamo papers: 5 alleged victims accuse church leader of abuse

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  • Gordon lights a cigarette and unseals the envelope.

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  • Despite warnings to leave it alone, Sally unseals a small door next to a bricked-up fireplace, which releases small creatures which torment her.

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  • [P.S. for Cthulhu fans: 1923 - Howard Carter unseals the burial chamber of Pharaoh Tutankhamun. * grin*]

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  • According to those sources, that would happen after a federal judge unseals grand jury evidence and officials brief the families of those who were killed and injured in the 2001 attacks.

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