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unpack

To try to understand and explicate a complex, and possibly controversial, statement, passage, etc. Who can unpack what the author is saying in this paragraph? When you unpack his statement, you start to see how bigoted it is.
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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.
For example, the new guidelines require that hazardous drugs be unpacked, stored, and prepared in separate areas from nonhazardous drugs, which could require more square footage to accommodate these two workspaces.
They maybe repacked into an FEU at the transshipment port [p.sub.3] and unpacked as two TEUs at transshipment port [p.sub.4], as shown in Figure 3(b).
To unpack stories through deconstruction, the chapters in a lifeline are explored as larger systems (i.e., chapters that represent one's past experiences) and through time (i.e., earliest memories to present).
In the unpack area, a worker removes each carton from the pallet using an ergonomic lift and places it on a short roller conveyor.
It was delivered the next day but, because I had a fractured toe at that time, I was more or less immobile and I certainly could not cope with the effort needed to unpack a huge television set, so it was left in its box, and was not checked.
It's unlikely you'll unpack immediately on moving day, but you can ask your removers to put boxes where they need to be unpacked.
Samsung's Unpack 2016 unveiled their latest Android device, and it comes with a built-in iris scanner.
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As a number of you unpack your boxes or take on new responsibilities, remember this: you matter.
Lewis Barnes came up with the idea after getting fed-up with having to pack and unpack his belongings at the start and end of every term at Coventry University.
As seen in this first career survey, though there are direct references to Duchamp's assisted readymade (as in Improved Rack #1, [Moose], 1999) and to Beuys's ritualized and romanticized sociopolitical ephemeral props (as in Unpack, 2003), Joo also posits his own brand of intriguing and often darkly humorous questions about race, consumption, religion, and metaphysics, proving his shamanship to be far more than tongue-in-cheek.
But 28pc said having to clean, pack and unpack their possessions was the most stressful aspect of buying a new house, while 19pc said a broken property chain was their biggest nightmare.
But 27% said having to clean and pack and unpack all their possessions was the most stressful aspect of buying a new house, while 15% said a broken property chain was their biggest nightmare.