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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unvail.
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Peter unvails his Amateur Television station and demonstrates ATV in Melbourne.
That incomparable book of Augustine makes us weep and shout with joy with him; it initiates us into all, his most secret actions, to all his sorrows, anxieties and joys, it reveals and unvails his whole life.
This important treatise unvails, in few but telling words, the nature of prayer, about which mankind has made most awful mistakes.
As seen on assassinscreed. com The Developement teams unvails the variety of opponents Ezio will have to fight through an immersive combat system!
The usages and feelings of every part of the human family the rich and poor outward professors or openly profane God fearers or God defiersare displayed in the following pages as accurately as if the author had been present in every family upon earth, and had not only witnessed the conduct of the happy and of the miserable in every grade; but he goes within and unvails that mystery of iniquity the human heart, its secret springs, feelings, and machinations.