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So I think that this is a normal kind of unrolling of events here, a normal procedure.
Press Briefing By Madeleine Albright And Sandy Berger ITY National Archives 1998
A strange, a terribly strange, region was unrolling itself before my eyes.
Chapter 8 2010
Skewer them (single or in a line) to keep them from unrolling themselves in the pan.
Looks elaborate, but is simple and delicious: * very* thinly sliced eggplant rolled around feta sticks, skewered to keep them from unrolling themselves and panfried.
But I must enter some explanation of our unrolling of our tightening over the past two years.
WSJ Transcript of RBI Interview Alex Frangos 2012
Slowly, cautiously, it was unrolling its ball of impregnable armour.
The Lair 2010
The cinema is a machine for unrolling certain regular patterns called pictures; expressing the most vulgar millionaires 'notion of the taste of the most vulgar millions.
They descended the stairs with precision, unrolling a red carpet and tucking it securely onto each step.
GuildWars Edge of Destiny J. Robert King 2011
The photography is a major part of any art project, and I get tired of hefting the kitchen table into the studio and unrolling the backdrop paper every time I want to photograph something.
They watch from afar the events unrolling in their home country, where West African efforts to get Mr. Gbagbo to step down have failed.