How To Use Unravel In A Sentence

  • C.N), the largest U.S. bank and a major casualty of the crisis, could fall below $10 a share, less than a third of its 150-day moving average price of $32.82, as the credit crisis unravels further.
  • Salvation came in the form of a doctor who was able to help Sterry unravel the knots - and in the form of his wife.
  • The Bush stooges and their lackeys in the media know that they are hanging by a tenuous thread that is unraveling ever faster and faster.
  • It threatens to unravel a deal over the long-running pay dispute which led to an all-out strike.
  • Golf superstar Tiger Woods and TV celebrity Jesse James have seen their lives unravel amid revelations of cheating on their spouses, in part by arranging liaisons via text messages.
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  • Either the New Deal has to unravel, which is what we hope for, or else the authoritarians LewRockwell.com Blog
  • That misprinted movie name is in hundreds of thousands of copies of The Great Unraveling; it will linger forever in the minds of many people who, like us journalists, don't know that there's an error to look for.
  • Some are quite basic, mere saucer-like indentations, but others are exquisitely engineered with intricate pivots and fulcrums unravelling to form a protruding secure holder.
  • Logging on gives you apage full of little hand grenades: impossible-to-understand, context-free sentences that take five minutes of research to unravel and which then turn out to be stupid, irrel­e­vant, or pertaining to the tele­vi­sion series Battlestar Galactica. hughstimson.org » Blog Archive » Openly Twitter-Doubting
  • My response to those accusations was to relocate to Madrid – the only city in Europe where I could unravel the Islamic Andalusian influences that pervade Spanish culture.
  • The ensuing scandal threatened, in the words of Federal Judge Jack B. Weinstein, to "unravel" the remaining 60 "War" cases. Peter Lance: Feds Move Terrorist Close to Key Murder Witness
  • Effortlessly unravelling the twists and turns of medieval Italian politics, Stonor Saunders is stylish in her prose style, languid in her learning and acerbic in her judgments.
  • David Newble attempts to unravel the mysteries behind local government finance.
  • He claims that the morale he had developed during the double-header against Iceland and Canada in October, closely followed by the trip to Portugal, was unravelled by nearly three subsequent months without a match.
  • Paul Hewitt's fivesome even seemed ready for Clemson's quirky out-of-bounds play at the end that quickly unraveled. Ranked foes? Bring 'em on, says Georgia Tech - sports
  • There was a breakfast room set aside for the train party where a piece of the mystery would unravel each morning.
  • When she tried to look at anything else, the imperfections and the failings leapt out at her, the single thread unravelling in the otherwise perfect tapestry.
  • But banks could end up paying a steep price for such fees if any of the complex deals start to unravel - a higher risk in the middle of an economic downturn.
  • A split end occurs when the protective cuticle is worn away on the tip of a strand, allowing the fibers of the cortex to unravel and the hair to split lengthwise.
  • Unraveled scrolls of ancient calligraphic writing cluttered the open floor, and watercolor tapestries of jungle temples hung on the otherwise barren wall.
  • Unravelling such arrangements can often be complicated, and would need to be provided for in the sale and purchase agreement.
  • These function somewhat like the aglets on the ends of shoelaces that keep them from unraveling.
  • His group systematically unravelled many disease mechanisms in different forms of myasthenia gravis, including rare inherited forms. Times, Sunday Times
  • Can the India of the Vedas and the Puranas make her mother's dream existence comprehensible to Rakhi, unravelling a lifelong puzzle?
  • An hour out in the wuthering wind and rain and sunshine would soon unravel any problems I had with writing.
  • The secrets of The Mysterious Bog People are unravelled in a new exhibition.
  • It unravels the narrative threads each from the other, so that we may better understand how they interweave, forcing them apart so that we can understand their detail before they spring back together.
  • She was at the vanity, fastening her pale blonde hair into a bun that was already unraveling.
  • My response to those accusations was to relocate to Madrid – the only city in Europe where I could unravel the Islamic Andalusian influences that pervade Spanish culture.
  • Shock revelations follow as the story unravels, the plot thickens and the audience grows more intrigued.
  • They should be concerned that the tapestry of family life here is unraveling whilst promiscuity has become an accepted practice.
  • She pulled the significantly looser strands and the rope unraveled.
  • Now, as his service reached its climax, it was all beginning to unravel. WALL GAMES
  • The unravelling of its structure and bioenergetic role in glycolysis clearly stands out as a major scientific accomplishment. Otto Meyerhof and the Physiology Institute: the Birth of Modern Biochemistry
  • The strategy was, however, beginning to unravel as demand for corrugated materials slumped in the past two years.
  • DALLAS (AP) - The attorneys trying to track down billions of dollars the government said went missing in a massive Ponzi scheme allegedly run by lawyer trying to unravel what the government calls a multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme run by WN.com - Business News
  • Between rubber-necking the shiny, red-faced clientele around the dining room, "picnicking" on the potato salad, and chattering away about the unraveling of events of the evening, I was tempted to press the tiny little doorbell that is attached to the edge of every table in the restaurant. Archive 2007-02-01
  • The more he and the foreman looked, the more impossible seemed the task of unraveling this fankle. A Small Death in the Great Glen
  • In The Dark Lady, Richard North Patterson does a fantastic job of creating a multi-layered story that his protagonist must unravel a thread at a time.
  • Globular proteins partly unravel and become tangled, causing them to solidify, as when egg white sets.
  • The story enthrals you from the first page to the last as the plot unravels at a speedy pace.
  • He unravelled an elastic rope only a half inch thick and tied it to a pipe once used for the transmission of natural gas.
  • Things she has read or been told, mingle with dreams, which will go on surfacing, but can never be unravelled. SEA MUSIC
  • You may need a therapist to unravel and work on the issues.
  • Youngsters at The Compton Primary School in Long Compton and St Mary's Primary, Evesham, found out how the ingredients of hot cross buns were produced as the Food Puzzle was unravelled to them.
  • Detectives are still trying to unravel the mystery surrounding his death.
  • We unravel old nomadic tents—usually from the border of Kurdish Iraq and Turkey—and respin the wools and redye them using natural dyes. Rug Expert Ben Solemeini
  • In particular, that potent instrument called the infinitesimal calculus, which Newton had invented for the investigation of nature, had become so far perfected that Laplace, when he attempted to unravel the movements of the heavenly bodies, found himself provided with a calculus far more efficient than that which had been available to Newton. Great Astronomers
  • The quickest way to notify ne'er-do-wells that you're a stupid tourist is to unravel a sail-sized map right in the middle of 42nd and Broadway.
  • Watching the Brubaker family’s lives unravel is the best way to see the stuff from which they’re really made. Present Value: Summary and book reviews of Present Value by Sabin Willett.
  • Their stories tell of displacement, of the struggle to restore the frayed fabric of a collective history, to retrace threads that have been lost and unravelled.
  • Quidam started punchily with Zoe's father and mother being hoisted up by a wire before the proceedings were unraveled with stunning effect.
  • Yet the social fabric seemed to unravel further.
  • It's got structure, but it's like unravelling a puzzle.
  • But before he can confront that fact, he must first unravel a labyrinthine mystery that leads to a ring of high-powered pederasts.
  • My insides still feel like a tightly wound rubberband, on the verge of unraveling violently…
  • I had first assumed that I must see them in the light of previous work in order to unravel the mystery, explain them.
  • Beyond the town itself, across the railroad track, the uncles’ corn and cotton crops filled the sandy bottoms all the way to their arable edges; beyond the fields the neatly tended rows unraveled into the thick gnarl of woods through which the river snaked. Excerpt: The Blue Star by Tony Earley
  • The unraveling of Christian Lacroix began long before the label filed for bankruptcy in France in May. I want - I got
  • His government began to unravel because of a banking scandal.
  • Newer: the password validation - even mmmm … I think the st. john’s mmmm … I think the st. john’s wort is kicking in. this afternoon/evening I’ve gotten some amazing work done. all the goofy little problems with the work order database are just unravelling themselves, ever so neatly. mmmm…I think the st. john’s - emergency weblog; or: epersonae; or: elaine nelson
  • The fear has always been that some of this work could unravel in minutes if old secrets were dredged up in the witness box about the breakdown of the Royal marriage.
  • Gradually, with an intelligent use of flashbacks, Yves' story unravels.
  • Unravelling the causative factors associated with the decline or rarity of a species has led workers to look for patterns in key characters among rare species.
  • His wife, Anne, who had stopped in to leave some mended costumes and re-curl his periwig he is forever unravelling, dropped a kiss on his forehead. Exit the Actress
  • I walked over towards the windows and started to unravel the gold tasseled ropes so that the curtain would prevent any light from shining through.
  • Her hands laced around the front of his body, grabbing at the coat of his robe, slowly pulling, unraveling the knot on his waist.
  • However, it has not been unraveled why so many different BChI homologs and epimers exist in chlorosomes and how they arrange themselves to form light-harvesting antennas.
  • When the trail leads to a young man and his pregnant wife, things unravel like a thread in a cheap garment.
  • I have an idea for a short story that could develop...and I have an idea for a fascinating character based on a real person who I'd love to write into a book...a conflict-engineering virus of a person, a manipulator, insinuator, psychic bottom-feeder, a lonely monster whose elastic mind has stretched too far and is starting to unravel... NaNoWriMo
  • First, the synthetic systems can serve as a basis to understand the workings of natural systems, which are usually much more complicated and difficult to unravel.
  • So I heartily hope that this is simply a little soap-operatic twist to the initial set-up, to be unravelled as the series progresses, with our blackhearted bumboy prince finding an ally rather than an adversary in the hero. Kings
  • And afterwards Cassie had somehow unravelled her knots and everything had come right between Dominic and herself. THE IMAGE OF LAURA
  • His words were entirely unfunny and made perfect sense, though because of their condition they could not unravel what they actually meant.
  • The thread that unravels from this cocoon is tangled and nubby, thus producing the texture of the doupioni.
  • This is worth unravelling, even at the expense of a brief excursion into the mathematical realm of complex numbers.
  • In the early 1990s, post-Tito Yugoslavia began to unravel along ethnic lines: Slovenia, Croatia, Macedonia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina were recognized as independent states in 1992.
  • With a little luck, it will eventually unravel the whole puzzle.
  • The crimson ribbon had unraveled and his silver-blonde hair was spilling out over his shoulders, frizzing slightly.
  • I watch the spreading ripples of her moonlit eyes, hypnotized by the suede kiss of her insatiableness. the lady of the lake presses herself against the reaching shelf of a sandy mouth reabsorbing the tiny trembling pools of pleasures glistening frenzy. and in my swimming wake there is an unravelling scar upon the surface, barely visible if only for an instance metaphor for the finite ness of my life and perhaps that is why wendchymes Diary Entry
  • This is not a film where we find ourselves empathizing with the heroine; instead, we are dispassionate voyeurs, observing her actions and unraveling clues about who she was, is, and will be.
  • This house is history personified with all its grandeur, mysteries and unravelled secrets.
  • U.S. District Judge lawyer trying to unravel what the government calls a multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme run by WN.com - Business News
  • How selfish he must think I am, she thought irascibly, tugging her long slender fingers through her hair to unravel the lacquered knots.
  • Facial make-up, mehendi and impressive costumes enhance the expressive powers of classical dancers, as they unravel a tale of folklore and mythology to the accompaniment of sitar, flute, harmonium, tabla and tambura.
  • It didn't take long for that pathetic - and overworked - excuse to unravel
  • A goal ahead after four minutes, two up after 19, his players were coasting, and playing with the confident swagger of a team who knew it, when everything unravelled with alarming simplicity.
  • This week she will travel to the Isle of Arran, then to Argyll and finally the glens of Strathspey in a bid to unravel the mystery.
  • The postwar serialist consensus was in any case already unravelling. Times, Sunday Times
  • I wasn't sure whether Her Ladyship would accept my proposal, and it rather unravelled my nerves.
  • What the play needs, but doesn't get in his staging, is British sangfroid and coolly clipped British-accented delivery unraveling in just the right places.
  • There are lives that unravel completely, with only a cameraman and a sound engineer as witnesses.
  • He has still not let on why he considers everything unravelled once Samuel Eto'o squeezed the opening goal past Edwin van der Sar. Alex Ferguson says Manchester United will be well primed for Barcelona
  • To the car-window sociologist, to the man who seeks to understand and know the South by devoting the few leisure hours of a holiday trip to unravelling the snarl of centuries, -- to such men very often the whole trouble with the black fieldhand may be summed up by Aunt Ophelia's word, "Shiftless! The Souls of Black Folk
  • He would have had first hand experience with this concept, as he was instrumental in unraveling the secret of curare, a South American arrow poison.
  • Like the whole of the Following is gradually...' Doc was visibly unravelling. BEHINDLINGS
  • St. Petersburg Times: As Ponzi scheme unraveled, Rothstein repaid millions POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: December 25, 2009
  • And the hypercube unraveled points to Sydney, via Lucio.
  • The devaluing is disingenuous, this identification of singular purpose and import, this assertion that prose and plot and all other textual features are of no consequence, unravelling to a refusal to recognise any purpose or import other than pedagogic consolation. Archive 2009-07-01
  • Sighing in relief, the audience perks up to watch this knot unravel.
  • With over ten years of experience in pioneering genomic research and genome-wide mapping and association studies, Dr. Hakonarson had the intimate knowledge of the complexities of large-scale genomics projects and he has put together the necessary infrastructure and workflow processes to unravel these complexities in his role as the Director of the Center for Applied Genomics. Hakon Hakonarson, MD, PhD
  • Dialogue was hailed the master key to unravel the mystery and considered a stairway to a higher level of ideality.
  • To him I reported every detail that occurred when he was not with me; and he, with furrowed brows, sitting darkling by the hour, like a patient spider unravelled the tangle and spun the web afresh. Chapter 15
  • It takes viewers crashing through black holes, cosmic stardust and primal gases as its characters brave heat, flies, noxious toads and crazy locals to unravel the mysteries of the universe.
  • As her mind unravels we experience sudden images of sharp terror.
  • And watch your marriage unravel because of a simple miscommunication. TEN STEPS TO HAPPINESS
  • What time does it not consume, what study does it not require, at the present day, to unravel the amphibological oracles of the ancient philosophers, whose actual sentiments are almost entirely lost to the present race of men? The System of Nature, Volume 2
  • However, it seems that their plans are becoming unravelled. Archive 2009-07-01
  • Detectives are still trying to unravel the mystery surrounding his death.
  • Texas businessman R. Allen Stanford will get paid at least $20 lawyer trying to unravel what the government calls a multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme run by WN.com - Business News
  • The story enthrals you from the first page to the last as the plot unravels at a speedy pace.
  • About a third of these partnerships are registered in the Cayman Islands or other secrecy havens, which may make it impossible to unravel the worst corporate collapse in American history.
  • Thompson expertly unravels a tangled tale suffused with Victorian mores, millenarianism and frontier idealism.
  • The body language was dramatic as England's teenage starlets unravelled in the bitter rain, losing 3-1 to their France counterparts.
  • Our results strongly support the hypothesis of a refolding of the unraveled keratin molecules.
  • Using a wide zigzag, fairly long stitch length, zigzag along where the two pieces abut (be sure to backstitch at both ends to keep it from unraveling). Arch revisted, box in detail - and a great postcard
  • Even to list these begins to unravel some of the complications in this everyday concept.
  • As the film progresses, the threads of the plot slowly begin to unravel.
  • She noticed wildly his hair was messed up; the crimson ribbon had unraveled and his silver-blonde hair was spilling out over his shoulders, frizzing slightly.
  • Yes, but the key to understanding and manipulating plant form lies in unraveling the communication machinery that enables shoot apical meristem cells to continuously coordinate the processes of stem-cell proliferation and organ primordia initiation. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
  • Throughout, he addresses the reader directly, carefully unravelling the threads of the intricate tapestry that was his relationship with Lexy.
  • There is much to admire in Shakespeare's ability to combine plots and subplots of such diversity and create a dénouement in which any number of knots are blithely unraveled.
  • By the 13th century the pattern was beginning to unravel as more and more villeins obtained their freedom and became copyholders.
  • Of course unfathered children portend the continued unraveling of the social order and the rise of the welfare state.
  • As the costs rise and the race hate builds and the unworkable, self-defeating new scheme unravels, Labor will be mute.
  • The problem with wood (materials generally), is the inability to undo, unravel, redraft. Catching Up Again « Tales from the Reading Room
  • Howard was still sitting on his pallet, head halfway between his knees, trying to unravel a knot in the lace of his right boot.
  • Together they unravel and expose the island's medicine woman who delves into the dark secrets of obeah, an ancient mystical practice similar to voodoo.
  • In other words, out of the 1,300 cases now being studied on the programme, several dozen new diseases should soon be identified and their exact aetiology unravelled. In pursuit of diseases that have no name
  • In the harem, the younger wives beg the older for stories of him and the tales begin to unravel, his kindness, his teasing, his passion, his laughter
  • A team of auditors are currently going through the college books in a bid to unravel the complicated dealings of a network of companies set up by former principal David Eade.
  • Tablet which, however misconstrued at first as an exposition of the science of divination, was later recognized to have unravelled, on the one hand, the mystery of the Musta_gh_á_th_, and to have abstrusely alluded, on the other, to the nineteen years which must needs elapse between the God Passes By
  • They must not only unravel the problems of their own lives, they must untangle the mystery of his death.
  • The impugners of the work were in the same helpless predicament as its author, who had, however, more venturously presumed to unravel unsearchable mysteries, concerning which, in the existing state of science, men can only conjecture, wonder, and adore, utterly unable to affirm or deny aught respecting them. An Expository Outline of the "Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation" With a Notice of the Author's "Explanations:" A Sequel to the Vestiges
  • When did communism begin to unravel in Eastern Europe?
  • But, don't forget, the way it looks is that Payne was escalating, unraveling. AFTERMATH
  • I feel that it's kind of like unraveling a knitted sweater - you have to pull, but if you pull to hard, the string will knot and break.
  • This model works in the first half but it does unravel into messy pretentiousness towards the end.
  • Carefully I looked at his messy untidy desk, and tried to unravel bits of paper around to see if I could find anything.
  • In the first half of the novel, Kilroy creates the enigma, which she proceeds to unravel in the second half.
  • There against the purple horizon above the flat-topped dome rises the gray trickle of steam, barely visible, a thin ribbon unraveling into the night.
  • I spent large chunks of time unraveling relationships in a place where friends were called brothers, father was a term of respect, not necessarily an indication of paternity, and women with five daughters were described as childless. Spellbound
  • Global rules-based multilateralism is unravelling and a new multipolar regime fast emerging. Times, Sunday Times
  • Beneath the jargon, cautious phrases and academic courtesies, one thing was clear: the consensus about social constructs was unraveling.
  • I started trying to track down the origins of this idea but then I realized that my sweater was completely unraveled.
  • On to the blankness, they unravelled myths - immortal Hyperboreans, unipeds bouncing on the snow.
  • As the film progresses, the threads of the plot slowly begin to unravel.
  • It turned into five weeks' hard labour as we unravelled the intricate rhythms and built the complex set.
  • After unravelling themselves from an eye-watering gymnastic display, they explain they both joined the circus when they were nine years old.
  • I like the slubbed silk idea, but I've read somewhere that if you use dupion or shantung with the "lines" sorry, can't remember the proper word running vertically, the seams tend to unravel. A Perfect Storm - A Dress A Day
  • The dress is intricately pleated and ruched, like unravelling rope, giving her the appearance of a life-sized corn dolly.
  • And with all due respect, to read Russo in an effort to unravel soap opera elements is as misguided as James Wood making the charge that all of Richard Powers's novels contain a boy-meet-girl subplot. Deep-Hearted
  • The lives of everyone involved are unraveled: from Carlin Leander, the fifteen-year-old girl who is as loyal as she is proud, to Betsy Chase, a woman running from her own destiny; from August Pierce, a boy who unexpectedly finds courage in his darkest hour, to Abel Grey, the police officer who refuses to let unspeakable actions -- both past and present -- slide by without notice. The River King: Summary and book reviews of The River King by Alice Hoffman.
  • All his work in recruiting locals who still sport solar topees and spill their first G & T of the day in a loyal toast to the Queen Empress will unravel.
  • Rather there had been a subtle unravelling of what had once been a more integrated pattern of recreation.
  • The stairway carpet is so frayed it threatens to unravel.
  • The plot unravels episodically and in a non-linear fashion, with characters from one segment occasionally appearing in, or passing through, another.
  • My first task was to deck it with lights, I had treated us to a new set this year, I spent an interminable length of time unraveling the wire, and placing them in just the right spot on the tree only to turn them on and discover half would not light.
  • Yes, but the key to understanding and manipulating plant form lies in unraveling the communication machinery that enables shoot apical meristem cells to continuously coordinate the processes of stem-cell proliferation and organ primordia initiation. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
  • An important aspect of palaeobotanical research is to unravel the palaeoecology of plant fossils to use the results in reconstructing ecosystems.
  • And the region's scientists and researchers have tended to concentrate on finding practical applications rather than unraveling basic principles.
  • Man is a mystery. It needs to be unraveled, and if you spend your whole life unraveling it, don't say that you've wasted time. I am studying that mystery because I want to be a human being. Fyodor Dostoyevsky 
  • When Hitler was appointed chancellor in January 1933, Klemperer's world began to unravel.
  • * JBS says no commitment, always evaluating opportunities * WSJ reports $2 billion takeover bid * Good opportunity for JBS to diversify - analysts * Timing for takeover bad given recession - analysts (Releads lawyer trying to unravel what the government calls a multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme run by WN.com - Articles related to Brandy anger forces Bulgaria to scrap tax increase
  • It is clear that the subtleties of plant and fungal sphingolipid desaturation are only starting to be unravelled.
  • At the heart of Victorian realistic tendencies was the unraveling of the very practice of realism itself.
  • Punters can also run a sweepstake with their own special online kit, learn the jargon of racecards or unravel the mysteries of the tic-tac man.
  • Things were of course seriously starting to unravel by the time this song was recorded, the maharishi had a thing for Mia Farrow? Living With Music: T Cooper - Paper Cuts Blog - NYTimes.com
  • It will also force Kurdish leaders to re-evaluate their insistence on "maximalist" demands that threatened to unravel Iraq. Iraq's Remarkable Election
  • Global rules-based multilateralism is unravelling and a new multipolar regime fast emerging. Times, Sunday Times
  • Such a confined analysis will not help to unravel the response of a whole system, or to describe the complex network.
  • Then we'd slip into the Kuskokwim lowlands, where the river carves channels through square-mile gravel bars and unravels in braids until it flows into the larger Aniak. Whitewater, Survival, and the Best Salmon Fishing in Alaska
  • Nothing vile or repugnant happens here, but we do get the feeling that we are witnessing someone's last moments on film as this mangled mess of a movie unravels.
  • For their parents, Vietnam veteran Ray and his wife Renee, life on their failing farm is becoming a battle against mounting debts and bank foreclosure but they have ridden the storms seemingly well until the stonker of a real blizzard that's heading their way on Christmas Eve provides the setting for everything else to unravel. 44 entries from December 2007
  • My Opa could remember hours spent at kindergarten unravelling jumpers to provide wool for socks for First World War soldiers in the trenches.
  • I dip the free end in epoxy to keep it from unraveling, but that is not critical. Doe any of you know where I could get picture wire?
  • That critique began to unravel when journalists retrieved a story from last year about 1,600 unenclosed toilets in Moqhaka in the Free State – an area controlled by the ANC. Why is South Africa still providing 'apartheid toilets'? | David Smith
  • With the unravelling of the human genome, researchers are already learning more about the structures of the key transferase enzymes involved in glycoprotein synthesis.
  • Her third offering, The Barrens, which she wrote as Rosamond Smith - one of her numerous pen names - is a superior thriller with a fascinating main character whose personality unravels as quickly as the plot.
  • And as it all unravelled, cosy deals, lax auditing, wheels within wheels, and slippery accounting was exposed.
  • I really thought we'd be able to use the Power of Fashion to unravel the Gordian Knot of human sexuality in this column.
  • Confirmed losses so far stand at $2.7 million, with the figure expected to grow as investigators unravel the scope of the fraud.
  • `Go on then,' I challenged, convinced I could unravel any theory his twisted mind could come up with. KICK BACK
  • There are some threads that once pulled unraveled the whole sweater.
  • As such, banded iron formations record important information that contributes towards unravelling the puzzle of when and how early life developed on Earth.
  • However, more consistently Christian conservative candidates such as Bachmann and Palin may hogtie Perry with the HPV issue and unravel Perry's strong-moral-guardian image. Victoria M. DeFrancesco Soto: Rick Perry: Fred Thompson and Barry Goldwater's Lovechild
  • His web of deceit finally unravelled at Leicester Royal Infirmary when, as Reed told police, the hospital visits of the three wives ‘went out of sync and they all arrived at once’.
  • This remarkable Archive of Labour unravels a sweeping story of strife and celebration.
  • The legal tangle was never really unravelled.
  • Sigh, I have to say that starting out with a stunning premise and unraveling after the midpoint is the fate of nearly all survival-horror titles. Critique: Haunting Ground
  • Nursing a strange psychiatric history and one it's difficult to unravel from the heroin addiction, a chicken-egg situation, but whatever the conclusions Anna Kavan's psyche seems to have been all a bit of a debilitating muddle. 42 entries from November 2007
  • Genie unraveled the huge vines that crept along the wall and revealed a door.
  • `Go on then,' I challenged, convinced I could unravel any theory his twisted mind could come up with. KICK BACK
  • Just five years after the triumphant New York to Paris flight, his storybook life began to unravel when his infant son was kidnapped.
  • The first of His bounties was the light He shed, the last of His gifts was that He unravelled the secrets by lifting the veil. Bahíyyih Khánum
  • A sensual adventure that had begun at the Royal Bush and found its final resting place behind the Kings Cross railway depot was starting to unravel.
  • To a non-yachtie like me, the intricacies of the sport are a mystery, but television coverage of what could seem slower than a Paul Collingwood rearguard innings, has been greatly enhanced by the use of computer graphics, which brought it to life, told me the race situations, and generally unravelled things. The Ashes 2010: Virtual Eye takes old battle into an uncertain new age
  • He's not insincere, just mixed up, and I don't know how to unravel him. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
  • An inexperienced young adventurer becomes the key to unravelling an ancient mystery when he joins up with a group of daredevil explorers to find the legendary lost empire of Atlantis.

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