uncover


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Synonyms for uncover

Synonyms for uncover

to find by investigation

Synonyms for uncover

remove all or part of one's clothes to show one's body

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Velocity has acquired Uncover, one of the world's leading restaurant discovery and reservation apps, adding instant reservations to its mobile payments platform;
Students are encouraged to examine illustrations very closely to uncover important details.
Michael Pollan argues in The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals (Penguin, 2006) that the most disturbing trait of industrial eating is the way it hides our relationships to the natural world, and he sets out to uncover these ties (and the moral duties they generate for conscious eaters) by tracing four meals back to the grasses from which they came.
Turn the pages of Uncover a Frog, and Uncover the Human Body, for example, and you'll find yourself paging right through a three-dimensional model of the book's subject.
McCain's wingman on Indian Affairs is the committee's chief investigative counsel, Pablo Carrillo, who also helped the senator uncover dirt on deals between Boeing and the Pentagun back in 2003.
Explain to the camera how you plan to use muons to uncover the secrets of the Pyramid of the Sun.
Their parents have disappeared on a mysterious adventure, and Rebecca and Doug uncover secrets on the ship, including documents that hint of their parent's involvement in the Honourable Guild of Specialists and the real focus of the mission from which they disappeared.
The new team says it turned to Bingham's unpublished journals to fully uncover the site and understand its significance, which is detailed exhaustively in their field report.
Verifier automatically extracts properties from Verilog RTL designs to uncover such problems as multiple clock domain synchronization errors, Finite State Machine (FSM) deadlock, and Code Reachability errors.
To successfully trace money and property, the investigator must know how to uncover hidden assets, how to identify ownership interests often camouflaged by changes in the form and nature of the ownership, and how to accurately unravel cleverly disguised control over, and interest in, property.
One issue for potential purchasers, equity investors and lenders who are examining whether to retinanee a mortgage, is that taking too long to uncover the information costs too much.
About Ixekizumab UNCOVER Phase III Trials The UNCOVER studies are double-blind, multicenter, Phase III studies evaluating more than 3,800 patients with moderate-to-severe psoriasis in 18 countries.
IN PROPHET AND TEACHER: AN INTRODUCTION TO the Historical Jesus (Westminster) biblical scholar William Herzog, who acknowledges all the problems with trying to find the Jesus behind and before the gospels, has set out to uncover a radical and prophetic Jesus who is haunted by a vision of God's reign that challenges the economic and political systems of his day (and ours).
He has made it his mission to uncover as much as he can about the biosynthesis of floral scents and the biological roles that these scents play.