unravels so easily.
Ultimately, this novel is more of a comedy which unravels the mysteries of Theodore's birth, than a tragic bildungsroman.
As the club gradually unravels the tangled web of fate, Anne learns shocking news about herself.
As the play unravels, readers see that Goneril and Regan begin plotting to steal whatever power the king still may have.
The Kiwi version has the jumpers attached to a cable, which unravels at a controlled pace.
These are deep waters, but I do n't think that Dr. King 's repuatation unravels so easily.
With the help of his defense against the dark arts teacher, Remus Lupin, and his friends, Harry unravels a twisted tale of violence and betrayal, but will he be clever and quick enough to save Sirius from the dementor's kiss?
unravels at a controlled pace.
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