from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To retract an edict or law.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To cancel, as what is written; to erase.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To cancel, as that which is written; erase.
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In this ish we meet a man who can apparently “unwrite” reality with a touch of his right hand.
It was only after Obama was winning and she was losing did she find some friends (of hers) to say they would unwrite the expenses for these two states to have reelection.
However, with that said, I nevertheless feel compelled to share these findings, in hope that one person, perhaps not in my lifetime, will be able to find the elixir to unwrite this diabolical tome.
That doesn't unwrite what he has written and published.
I was so damned certain the liberals would hate Obama and his centrism of picking Hillary Clinton (who almost won the democratic nomination) and James Jones (who by way of qualifications, superb pick) or even that dadgum Gates (who is doing the best any able person can do to unwrite Rummy's mistakes).
In effect, Joseph says to his brothers: we cannot unwrite the past, but we can redeem that past – if we take our tears and use them to sensitise us to the tears of others.
“We cannot unwrite the past, but we can redeem that past if we take our tears and use them to sensitize us to the tears of the world,” he said to thunderous applause.
James I'm struggling to see this as having much more relevance than the efforts of disgruntled partisans to get the guy they opposed out and unwrite the verdict of the election- a bit like some mad leftwingers did with the argument that Cheney and Bush were both from Texans and Cheney should not be registered in Wyoming.
I wrote several thousand words that I had to go back and unwrite, due to the fact that they were total, steaming, curly-piled crap.
“I can unwrite the spell that keeps a basket aloft,” Squirrel said with some satisfaction.