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Synonyms for unveil

Synonyms for unveil

Synonyms for unveil

remove the veil from

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remove the cover from

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She will unveil the queen and Calderdale Mayor Conrad Winterburn will unveil Alexandra.
Also plans to unveil a new machine and hot-runner technologies.
And Audi plans to unveil its A2, the first mass-produced aluminum car, aiming to take on the highly successful DaimlerChrysler A-class.
When Ida tries to unveil something in particular, to confront her audience with a knowable, namable, localizable grief, when she tries to name the power of her singing in her next song's dedication to Rufus, the power becomes obscene.
Rumors suggest the event, which lasts from March 14 to March 17, will see Samsung unveil its 2013 lineup in three episodes over the course of three days.
of Carr Lane Roemheld will unveil is System 130 magnetic clamp system.
will unveil its new high-output, rotary thermoformer that operates in line with an extruder and is designed to make parts up to 1 in.
CES presents the perfect backdrop for us to unveil some of our most innovative and ambitious product designs to date," said Rick Davis, Vice President, Ace Bayou.
Rohm and Haas also showed Paraloid HT-510, an HDT modifier it has been promising to unveil since late 1989.
Motivated by mophie Illuminator Ben Kaufman, the mophie crew will be on hand interpreting concepts, capturing results from the on-line voting process, creating prototypes and briefing marketing experts who will conduct an unveil event on Friday.
At least two firms indicate they will unveil "totally new" plastic welding processes based on novel, proprietary (i.
L" (Pink Sheets:LITL), renowned manufacturer of high-performance computers and personal/business technologies, launched today "THE COUNTDOWN HAS BEGUN" worldwide marketing campaign, as it prepares to unveil its all-new corporate website and upcoming re-launch of global operations.