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unearth

unearth Sentence Examples

  • A conscientious desire to unearth the facts, and the effort of extracting from the dullest records the materials for graphic pictures, made the process of production excessively painful.

  • Oates offered his help, and it was arranged that he should pretend to be a Roman Catholic so as the better to unearth the Jesuit.

  • The collection of sarsaparilla root is a very tedious business; a single root takes an Indian half a day or sometimes even a day and a half to unearth.

  • We unearth its colors and contrasts - from dazzling Tokyo to the quiet byways and tranquil temples of another age.

  • chimeeated listens unearth depth to this record with the soft chiming guitar claiming an important role in the sound.

  • Here they do mange to unearth some rumblings in regards to the ambiguous terrorist group.

  • When her relatives arrived for the funeral they were anxious to unearth the treasure but Mama Tembo refused to disclose the site.

  • undercover to try and unearth the thief.

  • unearth some worthwhile shopping gems.

  • unearth such treasures as these.

  • unearth family secrets, disembodied characters, a childhood tragedy.

  • unearth the very best talent - wherever it may be.

  • Only in February 2005 did an application under the freedom of information act finally unearth the allegedly " lost " document.

  • A conscientious desire to unearth the facts, and the effort of extracting from the dullest records the materials for graphic pictures, made the process of production excessively painful.

  • Oates offered his help, and it was arranged that he should pretend to be a Roman Catholic so as the better to unearth the Jesuit.

  • The collection of sarsaparilla root is a very tedious business; a single root takes an Indian half a day or sometimes even a day and a half to unearth.

  • My personal interest in the subject had led me to unearth a scandalous situation.

  • When her relatives arrived for the funeral they were anxious to unearth the treasure but Mama Tembo refused to disclose the site.

  • Unfortunately a couple of the pieces have gone missing and Barbie has been working undercover to try and unearth the thief.

  • Careful exploration, however, will unearth some worthwhile shopping gems.

  • But the ordinary digger neither hopes nor expects to unearth such treasures as these.

  • Working against the clock, we unearth family secrets, disembodied characters, a childhood tragedy.

  • The key is to unearth the very best talent - wherever it may be.

  • Only in February 2005 did an application under the freedom of information act finally unearth the allegedly " lost " document.

  • A quick search will unearth hundreds and sometimes thousands, depending on who you're searching for - of photos.

  • This elusive piece of clothing may be difficult to unearth but it can be well worth the effort.

  • Like the Mystery Case Files series, your task in Death on the Nile is to unearth a number of hidden objects in a highly detailed scene.

  • You can't tell from their testimony alone, so you must search through each of the several rooms to unearth some clues.

  • You will be spending most of your time trying to first, unearth the (initially unmovable) relic and then second, clear it and turn the tile gold.

  • Because it comes packaged in with virtually every version of Windows, any PC user is bound to have encountered this game and wasted away a few moments at school or at work trying to unearth all the hidden mines in this grid-based game.

  • Your cheap summer dresses are on their way with these tips, and perhaps you can even unearth a few you already have to style them in brand-new ways.

  • The park operates on a "finders' keepers" policy, and any guests who unearth an uncut Arkansas diamond in the 37 acre plowed field can keep the stone, regardless of its value.

  • A little search is all it takes to unearth a vast selection of designs.

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