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- v. Present participle of unvail.
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Palin showcases her energy expertise by unvailing a plan to reflect solar energy off the heads of baldmen.
His garments were also of distinctive cut, though they frankly exposed well-meant though unvailing efforts at matching buttons and repairing small rents.
Resolved, That the Board of Visitors and the Faculty of the University of Virginia, who represent the University, which was founded by Thomas Jefferson, shall attend in a body at the unvailing of the statue of that distinguished patriot at his home at Monticello on the fourth of July,
Tile moral idea is not a mere revealed Word, it is the Son of God as become man, the personal Redeeter himself, not merely in his truth-unvailing doctrine, not merely in his truth-revealing Spirit, but pre-eminently in his person itself, both as the historical, pure example of all holiness, as also as the
It is in this spirit that we are unvailing [sic] a multidimensional, interactive musical Tarot deck, on our new website.
While no major breakthroughs or new products are expected to be unveiled -- especially not when compared to the iPhone's unvailing -- there might still be some product improvements and new versions of existing products.
is it ironic that while prison wardens stage a strike, PM Gordon Brown is unvailing a statue to Nelson Mandella in Parliament Square, Mandella is probably one of the most high profile former prisoners in the world.