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  • v. Present participle of unvail.

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Examples

  • Palin showcases her energy expertise by unvailing a plan to reflect solar energy off the heads of baldmen.

    Beat 360° 10/29/08

  • His garments were also of distinctive cut, though they frankly exposed well-meant though unvailing efforts at matching buttons and repairing small rents.

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  • 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,

    Board of Visitors minutes

  • 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

    Christian Ethics. Volume I.���History of Ethics.

  • It is in this spirit that we are unvailing [sic] a multidimensional, interactive musical Tarot deck, on our new website.

    Idolator: Music News, Reviews, And Gossip

  • 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.

    BloggingStocks

  • 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.

    Warders on Strike - it must be a bad situation

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