unfurl


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open

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unfold

Synonyms for unfurl

unroll, unfold, or spread out or be unrolled, unfolded, or spread out from a furled state

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LIVINGSTON will unfurl the Second Division flag amid a party atmosphere at Almondvale on Saturday.
NASA discovered the antenna problem on April 11, when mission scientists first signalled the spacecraft to unfurl the instrument.
The Huntington Botanical Gardens are a spectacle of cacti, roses, camellias, herbs and palms, yet the crowd pleaser these days is a monstrous flower expected to soon unfurl a massive bloom - and a noxious odor.
the ground and placed a chair on it to stand up and unfurl Pakistan's flag.
While he was delivering a speech during the event, a group of people stood up, began to unfurl Free Syrian Army flags and shouted "Allahu akbar," Arabic for "God is great.
TOM BOYD stood beside Celtic's owner at the ceremony to unfurl the club's first championship flag in a decade - and heard the crowd booing.
He told me before the game that it was a terrific honour for him to unfurl the flag.
Manama Kuwait will next month unfurl the world's longest flag as the country celebrates its National Day and Liberation Day.
Philip Kirk, 24, from St Albans, Hertfordshire, and Australian-Canadian Nicole Rycroft, 41, climbed the distinctive China Central Television building in the capital Beijing to unfurl the banner.
But be careful: As details of Kring's sprawling cast of characters' misadventures quickly unfurl, you may go from rolling your eyes to being hooked without even realizing it.
setting the standard The British Legion unfurl their new flag, (from left) the Rev John Beardsmore, Lady Scarbourgh, Ann Shearn, Jane Gummer, Clr Margaret Fearnley, Beryl Swift, Hazel Crosby.
Stephen Petronio produces explosiveness by establishing a solid foundation from which to work--deep plies; cross-braced, turned-out fourth positions; wound-up bodies that unfurl a vortex of energy.
The youngster had just signed for the Elland Road club and as a bonus was allowed to help unfurl the Champions League banner.
It belongs to Congress to say whether the Nation shall of choice dismiss the olive branch and unfurl the banners of War.
Speaking to the club's website he said: "It was a fantastic, emotional day for me and a huge honour and privilege to unfurl the championship flag.