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Synonyms for unpack

remove from its packing

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Despite all the attention on his STOP staring, it's driving me bananas all eyes are on this rhesus macaque monkey after he unpacks his lunch box.
of Notre Dame) unpacks what is philosophically interesting about Allen's comedy.
Once positioned, the mobile barricade unpacks itself by using hydraulics to raise and lower itself off its wheels.
Clearing his mind of any connections to the present, Morley steps back into 19th-century New York, where he not only resolves some scientific questions, but neatly unpacks a murder mystery and discovers a life and romance more suited to his tastes.
In these chapters he unpacks the five middle axioms and looks to future indicators of our postindustrial economy as he shapes "a new logic of distribution.
As he again unpacks this talk for some incoherences and especially for concealed allegiance to a regulatory Shakespeare, Worthen is largely benevolent in his skepticism, granting serious purposes to self-descriptions and analyses of the actors, though sometimes noting their interpretive vulnerabilities - for instance, that the "eclectic feel" of some of their justifications and performances reminds one of that in the new historicism.
With Premium Delivery, the carrier personally brings the customer's big-screen TV into the home, unpacks the item and removes the packaging materials.