Williams' kept her eyes hidden behind sunglasses and unwinded
while paddling in the sea.
Bacon describes the 'commonplaces' or sententiae from his Antitheta Rerum as 'skeins or bottoms of thread which may be unwinded
at large when they are wanted' (Works, iv, 472), and in another place as 'seeds' rather than 'flowers' (Works, iv, 492).
is composed of: 1- frame; 2-crank; 3- flexible and unextensible wire; 4-profiled wheel and it functions as follows: the wire 3 is winded and unwinded
onto element 4, profiled wheel (Perju, 1987).
Foreign exchange market analysts said that investors also fled to the yen as many of them unwinded
yen-carry trade positions, in which they borrow the low-yielding yen to invest in higher-yielding but risky assets elsewhere.
Generally targets are at known ranges, the shooter is calm and unwinded
, and there's no time pressure.