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- n. A ceremony for the first public showing of something.
- v. Present participle of unveil.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. putting on display for the first time
- n. the act of beginning something new
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Expected date of unveiling is March 18th - and yes, in 2009.
Folks might be interested that Daniel Ellsberg has made a commitment to — over the next year, before the 65th anniversary of Hiroshima, to do my part in unveiling this hidden history. [the official secrecy and deceptions about our nuclear weapons posture and policies]
The developments came as Mr. Obama prepared to begin unveiling his national security next week after the Thanksgiving holiday.
Moravia threw Fillmore a big party Thursday morning for the coin unveiling, an event that was heavily advertised in that part of the state.
At the street name unveiling, the gold street signs bearing the name of Hayden Fry Way in black letters hung over East Ninth Street next to the First Avenue signs.
Today the McCain campaign held a conference call unveiling a new "truth squad" Web site designed to defend McCain from attacks on his military record.
Its executives did not participate in a conference call unveiling the channel, which is set to launch after the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
He wants to manage the unveiling, which is why he has invited into his home.
But I anticipate that the unveiling will be my proudest moment.
Rick Cotton, executive vice president and general counsel of NBC Universal, called the unveiling of the plan a "historic moment" that "really marks a new day" in fighting piracy.