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  • adj. Not wrapped.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of unwrap.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. not yet wrapped or having the wrapping removed

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Examples

  • To this end, her hand was to be in the air -- 'unwrapped' -- and in it the Jewel of Seven Stars, so that wherever there was air she might move even as her Ka could move!

    The Jewel of Seven Stars

  • Just because we are in a position where we have the potential of looking back on how the Church has handed on and expounded and "unwrapped" the deposit of faith, it doesn't follow that all Catholics can do it.

    Landmark Address on the Responsibilities of Universities Freedom has a purpose

  • Files with embedded signatures should be automatically and transparently 'unwrapped' so their contents are accessible, and otherwise displayed as described.

    Snell-Pym » Some brief proposals for how to make the OpenPGP encryption standard more widely used

  • That, of course, is unhealthful to begin with, being that it would be comprable to "unwrapped" treats instead of factory-sealed mini candy bars.

    Healthful Treats for Hallowe'en? It's Sacriholidayous

  • I've actually noticed this a lot with myself lately with "unwrapped".

    languagehat.com: STILL UNPACKED.

  • All buildings use "unwrapped" textures for easy modification.

    News

  • If the class object is a wrapper, the return value is the "unwrapped" value in the wrapper, and if the object is not a wrapper, then the address for the object is returned (it behaves the same as Array_getAddress (Array, index))

    AutoHotkey Community

  • Now that area should be "unwrapped" in the uvimage editor (there should be a circle there.) in the uvimage window, press image. then open, and find where you saved the image of the blue iris below.

    Quazen

  • WCF results need to be 'unwrapped' and any $. ajax () errors need to be normalized so that an error object is returned.

    Rick Strahl's Web Log

  • The planes have been "unwrapped," inspected and approved for passenger flights, the statement said.

    Top Stories - Google News

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