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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unwork.
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(Stuttgart 227), these rotary wholes are both the production of new forms in "discontent," and the rotation around their own foundations that perpetually unworks these wholes by returning them to the annular drive in which they have their origin.
Sep thanked them and rode back to the palace, for, of course, he knew that when a magician is killed, all his magic unworks itself instantly.
"counterscience" that unworks the positivism of this natural history.