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Synonyms for unpack

remove from its packing

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Crews normally offer unpacking for inspection and removal of rubbish if being left unpacked, and we apologise if this was not the case in this instance.
The rule: Unpacking hazardous drugs from shipping containers can't occur in an area that's positively pressurized relative to surrounding areas.
The more you do in advance, the more time you will have to focus on things like unpacking.
The PACK-SAVER separates the packing material from the coffee that then can be used for re-packing, and is capable up unpacking 15000 capsules per hour.
Mark the date and come visit us to see the unpacking of The Next Big Thing(?
voxeljet also recently introduced a continuous 3D printing concept study that literally takes a different angle on conventional 3D printing and unpacking.
From the packing of your belongings to the unloading and unpacking of your shipment, it handles your international moving from beginning to end.
He flew all that way and you guys aren't unpacking him?
They provide tools for students to use in unpacking their experience as well as tips on marketing their experience in a more effective way.
For example, the page devoted to the letter U reads "Adbadaba alphabet, / upsydaisydoo, / see a letter sound a letter, /UUU / uncles rest in ugly chairs, / umbrella birds unpack upstairs" and features a whimsical drawing of uncles resting and umbrella birds unpacking.
LANCASTER -- Antelope Valley Mall administrative staffers spent Friday cleaning, unpacking and helping the Children's Center of Antelope Valley move to new quarters.
Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas, excited and enthused about my new independence and all the good times coming my way, After four torturous years of high school, I was now in my dorm room unpacking.
When unpacking a metal container, keep its parts together so you don't lose them.
After Moving Day: In this sun-filled kitchen/light waits for the past/in your unpacking,/old cookbooks, say,/or the merry-go-round teakettle/that yesterday whistled its horses/into an orange and blue frenzy/all a blur and gallop/trailing steam.
Perhaps the greatest strength of the work is Hall's masterful job of unpacking Poteat's multiple interests and complex beliefs, making the book a fascinating read.