How To Use Unleash In A Sentence

  • Brandt was the impresario who had discovered Carly Simon and unleashed the Rolling Stones on America.
  • Lose and the hounds of hell might be unleashed. The Sun
  • Liberal proponents of American Values praise the freedom that opens the floodgates to gay marriage and pornography; conservatives, the liberty unleashing that locust plague called unrestrained capitalism; neo-conservatives the license for lying, murderous Machtpolitik. Founding Fathers vs. Church Fathers
  • They establish a colony on Ragol but this perfect planet soon unleashes a few surprises and all hell breaks loose.
  • He rued that they were hijacking his Utopian concepts to unleash "a free-for-all fucking epidemic".
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  • Unleashed, she is a maenad: not crabby but sardonic and perpetually restless, she scrambles over the stage, squaring up to several men at a time; she drinks from a hip flask; she wees; she smokes – and she fumes. The Taming of the Shrew; The Trial of Ubu; Our New Girl – review
  • When he dunks the ball, he rises obscenely high, rotates his arms in the air as if doing one of those over-the-head medicine ball exercises, and then unleashes upon the basket.
  • His entire being had been drained by the immense blast he'd unleashed on the assaulting legions, but Rakael's desperate cry for help had catapulted him out of his repose.
  • Although the oil-rich kingdom has escaped the sort of unrest unleashed in Egypt, Libya or Tunisia, there have been signs of domestic discontent over high unemployment, as well as some nervousness that Saudi Arabia's Shiite Muslim minority could be inspired by the protests of their co-religionist neighbors in Bahrain. Saudi King to Return Home as Turmoil Sweeps Region
  • It is so relentlessly "sick", its unleashed cruelty so sadistic (the climax is a graphic clitorectomy) that the audience at the premiere booed and hissed. Karin Badt: Cannes Buzz: Which Film Will Win?
  • The plotline is pleasantly, pulpily thin: college kids invade a sun-and-sex spring break spot, a volcanic eruption unleashes a swarm of flesh-eating prehistoric piranhas. Jessica Szohr Reveals Why She ‘Freaked Out’ While Filming ‘Piranha 3-D’ » MTV Movies Blog
  • Conservative operatives have whipped their feeble-minded drones into a frenzy and unleashed them upon the world to spread fear and misinformation. 'Tea Party Express' trucks on with tour aimed at health care
  • While many bites occur when an animal is unleashed and away from home, the most common scenario for an attack features a dog running loose on its own property.
  • He unleashed a torrent of abuse againstthe unfortunate shop assistant.
  • They were caught up with their own private demons - which it seemed I was responsible for unleashing.
  • High-tech air sniffers were deployed in case someone unleashed a chemical or biological assault on Tinseltown more serious than a low-budget stinker.
  • In contrast, a decentralized structure facilitates leadership and unleashes creativity.
  • PLANNINGPlanning laws will be swept away in a bid to unleash a wave of housebuilding; councils will be allowed to keep more of the tax paid by local businesses, giving them an incentive to approve new development. Budget 2011: Osborne will ease the pain while keeping his cutting edge
  • The news unleashed yet another media frenzy declaring the death of skiing as we know it around the world. Times, Sunday Times
  • This was a powerful weather front that also unleashed tremendous thunderstorms, hail and wind that damaged buildings. Times, Sunday Times
  • Jamie's concerned question caught her off-guard and unleashed a flood of emotions.
  • It would unleash bloodshed, sectarian violence and regional instability - the very things that the invasion and occupation themselves have produced.
  • The news unleashed yet another media frenzy declaring the death of skiing as we know it around the world. Times, Sunday Times
  • During the training she unleashed several hook punches and uppercuts that were so ‘lightning fast’ they would subdue an aggressor before he know what hit him.
  • He spent much of his time mediating disputes and absorbing the free-floating rage that the Standing had unleashed.
  • An outbreak of feverish media coverage has been unleashed upon the United States.
  • The terror he unleashed in the name of Crip was widespread, but I cannot detail his ruthlessness lest some fool try to duplicate his misdeeds. Blue Rage, Black Redemption
  • Oatmeal, for me, is like occidental congree, so naturally I like to take my Irish oatmeal and unleash its spicy alter ego. Esquire.com Article Feed
  • When Leonard Bernstein unleashed his sprawling Third Symphony - titled "Kaddish" - on the American public in January 1964, the critics practically trampled one another to get in the first jabs. The Washington Post: National, World & D.C. Area News and Headlines - The Washington Post
  • Our technical ability to make things and to pollute now far outstrips our ability to understand the processes we have unleashed.
  • Thankfully, the angry beast can be unleashed at the flick of a switch. The Sun
  • They call upon arcane strikes, power words, and spells to unleash raging torrents of cold, fire, or lighting, confuse and enthrall the weak-minded , or even turn invisible or walk through walls.
  • All cities have ordinances against unleashed pets, and calling Animal Control about a loose dog will usually get someone to show up.
  • It's never been tried on a scale like this before in the public sector, but D. C.'s 35-year-old [Sivak] hopes unleashing his workers from face-time requirements and office schedules will help him overcome a managerial triple-whammy: punishing budget cuts, a citywide hiring freeze, and the perennial challenge of recruiting talented IT workers to lower government pay. DeMorning DeBonis: Oct. 14, 2010
  • That taste of carnal pleasure unleashed a ravenous appetite.
  • Who would win the lightsaber duel anakin skywalker or starkiller from starwars the force unleashed? SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles - Part 1127
  • We know the feeling of eager anticipation in the hour or two before training, of running the workout through in our minds, of knowing before we even enter the gym that we're primed to unleash our best efforts.
  • With the dance floor set firmly in their sights the crashing breaks, mammoth guitar riffs and vocoders are unleashed with a reckless regard for human safety.
  • If the central bank chooses to persevere in their inflation, hyperinflation will be unleashed.
  • Lies, insults and rumours, which are unleashed at campaign meetings by various political parties have only served to keep some would-be voters away from inking their names to the register.
  • He beat two defenders before unleashing a powerful low ball that shaved the inside of the post for a brilliant goal.
  • The show culminated with Rivers swearing at Nielsen unleashing a torrent of Italian curses.
  • The woman unleashes her dog which, to her relief, lopes off in the opposite direction from the stick-wielding man.
  • Riding my bike would clear my mind of all the impure thoughts implanted by corporate America and unleash unbridled creativity.
  • They spent most of the 30 seconds justifying their decision to unleash the yuletide juggernaught in October.
  • Must The New York Post always unleash its film editor, V.A. Musetto, on every dewy starlet who appears in an independent film?
  • So can you guarantee to protect our children from the flood of filth and pornography the internet will unleash on our living rooms?
  • But Strauss-Kahn's case and his reputation as a womanizer have also unleashed a passionate debate in France about machoism and sexuality in politics. Strauss-Kahn's Political Fortunes in France Rise as Rape Case Unravels
  • His big orchestra mostly stood to play, unleashing soloistic personality. Times, Sunday Times
  • They will not come pre-packaged and ready for you to unleash as if by some divine intervention.
  • It means you can unleash the full force of your armoury and ensure a spectacular kill. The Sun
  • Yet the army 's top brass has also been unwilling to unleash its firepower on civilians in the centre of the capital. Times, Sunday Times
  • But three little buttons - three diff locks - lure you to unleash the beast beneath. The Sun
  • Drunken hecklers were a different matter: the only way to handle them was to unleash a volley of abuse, humbling them with a few crushing put-downs.
  • They call themselves "biohackers" and they acknowledge the danger of unleashing a genetically altered Frankenstein\'s monster on the public or terrorists could be inspired by amateur genetic tinkering to launch a devastating bioattack on America. ' OpEdNews - Quicklink: "Biohackers" tinkering with the very foundations of life on Earth
  • This system of direct rule by proxy enraged the Unionist right and eventually unleashed a downward spiral of loyalist reaction and republican assertiveness.
  • Over 30,000 people were killed as a military junta which seized power in 1976 unleashed terror against all opposition.
  • Rose looked to have hit the winner when he unleashed a dipping volley which hit the underside of the bar and bounced over the line. The Sun
  • So, sound the trumpets, unleash the curs, and announce that we've got the hydra headed beast cornered in hills!
  • It did not take long after his ascent to the papacy for vehement criticism to be unleashed by Argentine activists. Times, Sunday Times
  • Wasn't she the one who unleashed all manner of misfortune upon the world?
  • China's economic planners are hoping to unleash decades of pent-up consumer demand for houses, cars, and smaller purchases funded by bank loans.
  • Change, the development of something new, unleashes people's creative energy.
  • Whenever you so much as mention the idea of an Obama presidency to one of them, they become almost aphasic with inchaoate fear -- it's like they believe that the day he's inaugurated a vast secret army of gigantic black men will be unleashed for a Satanic orgy of rape and pillage and murder directed particularly toward old white women. Poll: Obama Struggling With Older Women
  • Night of the Werehog: film animato online per Sonic Unleashed di Sega. No Fat Clips!!! : [BEST OF] December 2008 – pt.1
  • In the 18th century, two revolutions occurred and both unleashed forces that reverberate even today.
  • Until 2003, scientists knew that the principal distinction between the “normalcy” of a cell and the “abnormalcy” of a cancer cell lay in the accumulation of genetic mutations—ras, myc, Rb, neu, and so forth—that unleashed the hallmark behaviors of cancer cells. The Emperor of All Maladies
  • No more bubbly electroid jump here; at its most distinctive, this record unleashes rhythm-happy stomps that kick and clap like black-college step routines.
  • This unleashed a moral fervor, ultimately translated into political movements that brought about the end of slavery.
  • After what feels like two dozen weeks of auditions, Randy, Steven and Weepy McLopez made their "final judgment" as Seacrest boomingly kept calling the ep, like God crossed with Guy Smiley and unleashed on the world American Idol Season 10's Top 24... Watercooler: American Idol's Top 24… Have At 'Em!
  • Their annexation of the most coveted trophy in Gaelic football unleashed a frenzy of unconfined joy.
  • Sit back and savour the antics and battle of wits unleashed by the team of buffoons, hold your breath at the breath-stopping show of trapeze artistes and the exciting fare dished out by acrobats on bicycles.
  • When hikers discovered that a good view was being obstructed by trees, the government would unleash lumberjacks - and cows - to deforest the area, imagineering the scene back into the Platonic tourist ideal.
  • The thrilling power of the orchestra's huge string section was unleashed even more impressively in the second movement, a riot of non-stop energy.
  • At worst, nuclear war could be unleashed.
  • Police were today hunting thugs who unleashed a pack of hunting dogs to kill deer in a National Trust park.
  • Within days a wave of criticism was unleashed in the international media.
  • The one-man battering ram's capacity to draw defenders and unleash others is a fulcrum for club and country. Times, Sunday Times
  • Given the renewed interest in all things shiny and glitterball-y, this German DJ has chosen the right moment to unleash his disco - and house-inspired floorquakers Tensnake (No 868)
  • Global chaos ensues when a computer geek, fired from his job, unleashes an unstoppable computer virus.
  • Scientists need the living virus, they say, to make a better vaccine and finish developing the first treatments in case the deadly microbe is unleashed again - by accident, by a bioterrorist or by re-creating it from the computerized records of its DNA sequences. Should last remaining known smallpox virus die?
  • The one-man battering ram 's capacity to draw defenders and unleash others is a fulcrum for club and country. Times, Sunday Times
  • I may get lucky and she calls her superior officer who is usually a male, so I unleash my charms on him and in a few minutes am off on my way again with the smile on my face and the scrowl on hersthe female officer. "All correct Sir!"
  • And I tell you all that to tell you this: In your mind, compare all that wild entertainment to what's going to be unleashed on NBC tonight and, for that matter, every weeknight at 10 p.m. or the foreseeable or should it be "unforeseeable"? future. Please, please, please just say no to Jay Leno
  • Despite dealing in vagueness, it seems the uncertainties of modern life have unleashed some of Bailey's sharpest and punchiest comedy. Bill Bailey: Dandelion Mind – review
  • Steel clattered, cries soared through the cerulean skies, rage unleashed, war came upon the raging countries.
  • Government forces unleashed airstrikes and artillery bombardment yesterday as they fought back. Times, Sunday Times
  • Their aim was to unleash m havoc on polite society with their provocative clothes and aggressive attitude. The Sun
  • They unleashed a torrent of abuse at the former Gunners defender. The Sun
  • After a few critical hits to the gut and head, she brought her hands together and unleashed a bright light in the form of alchemy.
  • Norman unleashes torrents of sap, better suited to network TV than to thoughtful cinema, all presented with a herky-jerky camera technique, intended to convey… documentary feel?
  • Demme's film becomes when it unleashes itself from the yolk of endless cable interviews and contextless footage of violent acts in the Holy Josh Bolotsky: Screening Liberally: Rendering Jimmy Carter Voiceless
  • Occasionally, he would move one of his arms, the small gesture unnerving Leroy from unleashing a good punch.
  • Somehow, the Gance film is most startling in this department, as the women's bared breasts and the men's bared bottoms -- not to mention the devastatingly unleashed female libido portrayed -- are couched in an opulent production that marries the rustic fantasia of Cocteau's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST to a velvety color cinematography that recalls THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD or, better yet, one of the early Disney animated features. Archive 2006-08-20
  • I had visions of hearing the thrum of the tense bowstring as I unleashed an arrow at an archery target.
  • Hurricane Ike could unleash devastation within only a few hours.
  • That glorious free-market story arc would only veritably begin some seventy years later, when Bank of America introduced the first nationwide credit card to the Eisenhower era, unleashing the miracle of washing machine and refrigerator “ownership” via wallet-sized debt-incurring pieces of plastic. The English Is Coming!
  • Even the thought of it unleashes a stream of invective.
  • These findings qualify the common view that economic growth unleashes myriad discontents.
  • The one-man battering ram's capacity to draw defenders and unleash others is a fulcrum for club and country. Times, Sunday Times
  • Once the host's immune system has been disabled, the fungus or oomycete swiftly follows up, breaking and entering the cell and unleashing disease. THE MEDICAL NEWS
  • Donnie unleashing his trademark flying back kick on the guy is very cool.
  • The Macaw's cannons unleashed a salvo that pummeled the pinnace.
  • Sensing that he had built up enough power, Tony unleashed it all with a flick of his finger.
  • The intercept from the barbarians reads as follows: “Dear Brothers (we don’t recognize “sisters except for breeding and incubating purposes), Soon, very soon, we will unleash our brand of Islam on the Shiites and the Kurds – bide your time, we will act as soon as the cowards from America retreat. Think Progress » Townhall.com: Associated Press “Caused Some U.S. Soldiers to Lose Their Lives”
  • The people who work with her feel I think a lot of respect and affection for her, and she unleashes people's energies.
  • In the longer term, however, the more disintegrative forces unleashed by this crisis are likely to be hard to contain.
  • Occasionally, he would move one of his arms, the small gesture unnerving Leroy from unleashing a good punch.
  • The plotline is pleasantly, pulpily thin: college kids invade a sun-and-sex spring break spot, a volcanic eruption unleashes a swarm of flesh-eating prehistoric piranhas. Jessica Szohr Reveals Why She ‘Freaked Out’ While Filming ‘Piranha 3-D’ » MTV Movies Blog
  • Players can catch elemental monsters called Djinni that unleash special attacks and change character stats and class.
  • Their aim was to unleash m havoc on polite society with their provocative clothes and aggressive attitude. The Sun
  • Completely eyeliner and "blusher" free, it lets your little fairy unleash her inner stylist. Celebrity Baby Blog - People.com
  • Google has unleashed a new behavioral ad targeting scheme onto YouTube and partner sites in its AdSense advertising network - though it has carefully avoided the term behavioral ad targeting. Top Stories - Google News
  • And he unleashed his fury on her. The Sun
  • Five Dock police arrived shortly after and cordoned off the area before unleashing a sniffer dog.
  • Dr. Willke, who in 1971 created what became Ohio Right to Life, called his onetime organization out of touch with the "unrestrained enthusiasm" that the heartbeat bill has unleashed and that he said is emerging in many other states. NYT > Home Page
  • If we could only master the technology for unleashing devastating floods, we'd be exporting that, too.
  • Sargent's sensibility is all about the feelings unleashed by unusual combinations of unalike colors.
  • Pope Benedict XVI on Sunday prayed at the memorial to victims of a 1944 massacre that was one of the worst atrocities by German occupiers in Italy during World War II and denounced what he called the "abominable" legacy of violence unleashed during war. The Seattle Times
  • They have unleashed forces they can't control. Times, Sunday Times
  • Be careful what you unleash: some genies can never be put back in their bottles.
  • Feeling betrayed by his own Acholi people, whom he accused of failing to adequately support him, Kony unleashed his forces on civilians in northern Uganda. Uganda's Rebels In Murderous Spree
  • The feelings evoked; the longings unleashed; the yearnings induced; the awe inspired.
  • I must say the idea terrifies me due to all my Christian beliefs, and I fear the council may unleash the set of dominoes that eventually brings the wrath of God upon the city. undefined
  • The internet has unleashed a torrent of angry rebellion against the country 's media and academic Establishment. Times, Sunday Times
  • As we unleash our determination to overcome them we cannot but realise that it cannot be done overnight, it is a progressionary process that demands a steadfast resolve to overcome against all odds. 1. Introduction
  • When the play was filmed in 1951, his brutish, inarticulate Kowalski unleashed a cry of anguish that would echo down the decades.
  • Palin the williwaw is about to be unleashed out of the northland like a force of nature upon the political world and, few in the lower 48 know anything about the overwhelming power of a williwaw. McCain campaign adviser pushes back on Palin book
  • Suddenly the floodgates were opened and the verbal cataract he unleashed overwhelmed me. AT THE STROKE OF TWELVE
  • He ran to the edge of the area before unleashing an unstoppable shot for goal number three. The Sun
  • Last week the 48-year-old actress unleashed another sockeroo that left reviewers starryeyed. Times, Sunday Times
  • They establish a colony on Ragol but this perfect planet soon unleashes a few surprises and all hell breaks loose.
  • He loves to bully and to unleash his hounds on what he sees as the snooty, wishy-washy liberal establishment.
  • FROM 1933, when Adolf Hitler came to power, till the death of Nazism in 1945, Germans unleashed a reign of terror, cruelty and barbarism hitherto unknown in the history of mankind.
  • Lord Ashbrook dug his heels in and threatened to unleash a shower of ejectment writs if his tenants did not pay the full amount promptly - a threat that evidently proved effective.
  • Gelfand stuck with a long-term positional strategy of slowly unleashing his central pawns. Lubomir Kavalek: It's Anand vs. Gelfand for the World Chess Crown
  • Once unleashed by its gloomy keeper Hades (Ralph Fiennes), the squirmy sea monster is ready to devour Princess Andromeda (Alexa Davalos) and destroy the rebellious city of Argos.
  • We are blinkered by outdated stereotypes and we're reluctant to move beyond them, because at the end of the day we've never forgiven Germany for unleashing Hitler on Europe.
  • Their arrival unleashes a flash flood of 10,000 tourists who watch the spectacle from specially adapted buses dubbed tundra buggies. Times, Sunday Times
  • The soldier unleashed his dual-headed axe.
  • It unleashes strange forces that I don't think anyone really understands yet. Times, Sunday Times
  • So, for example, while a camera is still panning around her, she hovers in the air, then suddenly unleashes a rapid fury of kicks and punches.
  • And what a shame it is being unleashed on one of the greatest presidents in our history. davit Aide: Obama doesn't think tea partiers are racist
  • On one doorstep, they met a man who unleashed a stream of abuse about their dad. Times, Sunday Times
  • The contribution that these charities have made in helping form the monstrous view that Israel is a demonic aggressor rather than the historic victim of exterminatory aggression – a viewpoint which has unleashed the current wave of Jew-hatred in Britain and the west – cannot be exaggerated. The ugly face of bigoted Britain
  • The destructive force unleashed by the Pentagon's collaboration with the leftist agenda is apparent from the circus created when homosexual activists like Dan Choi sashayed over to the Times Square recruiting center to make a political point in the short period in which the Phillips order was effective. The Washington Times' disgusting DADT editorial
  • The Congolese singer Franco, backed by the all-powerful jazz orchestra of Kinshasa, unleashes irresistible soukous to commemorate a seventh wedding anniversary. Readers recommend songs about anniversaries: The results
  • Fergie spins on a sixpence and unleashes a ferocious right hook, which connects cleanly with Fowler's jaw, sending him flying into the crowd.
  • However, I can already hear the thunder and lightning unleashing the fierce storm of the year.
  • Replays indicated the call had been a harsh one and an incensed Williams unleashed a verbal tirade and waved her racket at the line judge.
  • Several of my really close female friends feel this is unleashing some kind of antiwoman sentiment. At the Barricades
  • Jeb started to retreat from the room as Megan began to unleash the notorious Addelson temper.
  • Why did this detonation of brilliance have to be unleashed on poor him? Times, Sunday Times
  • Darkness unleashed, it ravaged the land, destroying everything in its path.
  • Then he glances up, grins and unleashes a deep bass chuckle. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was very gratifying to see his dark side unleashed for purposes other than butlery or pure rescue missions. AnimeBlogger.net Antenna
  • Unleashed a huge smear campaign, but now they have bush – a man who gets a cookie for signing his name in readable hand writing – and are desperate to keep him in. Think Progress » Fact Check: Clinton/Carter Executive Orders Did Not Authorize Warrantless Searches of Americans
  • Chronic stress also unleashes an army of free radicals that damages body and brain cells.
  • Dark-haired, youthful, and confident with a PhD in physics from Oxford University, Ford sits at the kitchen table with his wife, Sarah Gordon, a top authority on the psychology of people who write and unleash computer viruses.
  • England will unleash one of the most elemental forces in world football. Times, Sunday Times
  • From the mass defeminization triggered by Mao's 1949 proclamation that "Women hold up half to sky!" to the flood of capital unleashed by Deng Xiao Ping's 1992 mandate "To get rich is glorious," implementing central commandments has always been a competitive blood sport in the Middle Kingdom. Tom Doctoroff: Terror Squads and Smile Brigades: Can China Lighten Up?
  • They establish a colony on Ragol but this perfect planet soon unleashes a few surprises and all hell breaks loose.
  • Rose looked to have hit the winner when he unleashed a dipping volley which hit the underside of the bar and bounced over the line. The Sun
  • During the Cuban missile crisis it was Guevara who emerged as the hothead, urging Castro to unleash his missiles on the United States.
  • The people on the street have to be able to understand the emotions that were unleashed in this country by those acts of cold - blooded murder.
  • Trouble with a bunker at the short 12th pegged him back, but his response was to unleash another mighty drive at the 13th, clearing the turn in the fairway and opening up the green for a well-judged wedge. Masters 2011: Rory McIlroy says he learned hard lessons at St Andrews
  • He unleashed a torrent of abuse againstthe unfortunate shop assistant.
  • But last week he unleashed the most potent and ancient of all political terrors: food security. Times, Sunday Times
  • Often compared to short-story masters such as Katherine Mansfield, Flannery O'Connor and Grace Paley, Ms. Yamamoto concentrated her imagination on the issei and nisei, the first- and second-generation Japanese Americans who were targets of the public hysteria unleashed after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. Hisaye Yamamoto, short story writer who chronicled post-WWII Japanese American life,dies at 89
  • He unleashed a campaign against corruption, using it to sideline rivals and instil fear in the bureaucracy. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nuclear weapons made superpower confrontation too dangerous to be unleashed - except in the realm of game theory. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nature's primal fury, man's unbridled fear, political apathy, bureaucratic inertia, rural angst, urban unconcern all found their way into the cascade of grief unleashed by the twenty-one poets.
  • By then he and the BBC were refusing to capitulate as Mr Campbell unleashed a ferocious assault.
  • Receiving the ball on the right of the Rowntree penalty area he unleashed an unstoppable drive into the top corner of the net.
  • They arrived in minutes as the intruder unleashed a torrent of abuse. The Sun
  • Thankfully, the angry beast can be unleashed at the flick of a switch. The Sun
  • When Howard Carter opened a small hole to peer inside the tomb at treasures hidden for 3, 000 years, he also unleashed a global passion for ancient Egypt.
  • Ordinarily you're happy to leave burdensome matters to others, but the current rather tricky planetary activity is unleashing your stubborn side. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Socialist Party government, like the previous right wing one, has unleashed neo-liberal attacks on public sector workers.
  • They proceed to unleash the monsters across the globe, who do what comes naturally, and start wasting cities.
  • James Madison in the Federalist Papers pointed out that what he called faction -- the word we would use now is maybe "ultrapartisanship" -- can stir passions that come about because of relatively small differences, and then can unleash an amount of energy that is seemingly out of all proportion to the cause of the disagreement. CNN Transcript - Special Event: CNN/"Los Angeles Times" Host Democratic Presidential Debate - March 1, 2000
  • No such scruples had restrained him from unleashing new conflict with a nearer neighbour. CHRISTINA QUEEN OF SWEDEN: The Restless Life of a European Eccentric
  • He strode forward from deep within his own half before unleashing a 30-yard piledriver that the goalkeeper acrobatically tipped over the bar.
  • The giant 580-mile (930-km)-wide storm unleashed 8O miles per hour (130 km per hour) winds, grounding aircraft all along the heavily populated eastern seaboard. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • It was McCrickard's decoy run that opened the way for half back dan Morgan to make a tremendous run through the middle be unleashing a thunderbolt shot.
  • Faced with escalating riots, the Italian police unleashed water cannon, plastic bullets and 12-inch truncheons.
  • One of the groups we unleashed is called'the Defenders. Christianity Today
  • Thankfully, the angry beast can be unleashed at the flick of a switch. The Sun
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  • As the day wore on and the booze went down, people's inner bogans were unleashed.
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  • Satire finally came to the fore in American political life, unleashing a tsunami of politically-charged ridicule and invective that has changed the republic forever.
  • Nearly every one of Soutine's paintings signals the end of the world; and he flays and eviscerates his subjects—as if unleashing the writhing bowels of hell. Constructivist Criticism Laid Bare
  • As the threat of a Cold War recedes, they unleash their tanks and firepower on prehistoric burial mounds.
  • Featuring some of the sassiest veterans of RuPaul's Drag Race as professors of fabulousness, RuPaul's Drag U each week coaches three "biological women" with self-esteem issues to "unleash their inner diva" in a raucous, hilariously ribald and often unexpectedly touching crash course in self-acceptance and confidence building. Matt's Picks: Week of June 20-23
  • We are entering a new period of important and hopeful change in America, a period comparable to those eras that unleashed such remarkable ferment in the period of Jefferson and Jackson and Roosevelt.
  • When the play was filmed in 1951, his brutish, inarticulate Kowalski unleashed a cry of anguish that would echo down the decades.
  • Andy Ross had a go from 30 yards and unleashed a thunderbolt into the left-hand corner.
  • It is there that the victim unleashes his entire arsenal of aggression, which has been stored up for just this occasion.
  • But, as you know, whenever the problem is delineated as cogently as Melanie has in this post (and many previous ones over the years), the hounds of hell are unleashed from the demiworld of deluded dreams to bark, bite, bluster and bullshit. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

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