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He knew his fellow-creatures better than most men; knew that inner life which so seldom unfolds itself to unanointed* eyes.
Look at this!" And the Admiral unfolded his cheque, and placed it upon the other knee.
Yet he might not have been so perfectly humane, so thoughtful in his generosity, so full of kindness and tenderness amidst his passion for adventurous exploit, had she not unfolded to him the real loveliness of beneficence and made the doing good the end and aim of his soaring ambition.
Over 60 years ago, researchers discovered that the DNA molecules that encode our genetic information can unfold when heated.
The study showed that alpine meadow plants such as Kobresia unfold their leaves regardless of changes in temperature, as they are more sensitive to rainfall.
These methods have been successfully used by a number of groups to obtain structural information, such as the mechanical stability (Ig and FNIII domains typically unfold at much higher forces than alpha-helical domains) and the increase in contour length upon unfolding (which is proportional to the number of residues that are exposed after unfolding) [47].
In order to unfold proteins using Molecular Dynamics (MD) simulation technique, the following steps were performed.
The key idea is that, as your plan unfolds, you want to be reducing the assumption-to-knowledge ratio.
Sydney Dance Company's new artistic director, Rafael Bonachela, is "unfolding, blossoming and removing the coverings," in his new work for the company, we unfold. The group has undergone devastating changes after the departure of longtime director Graeme Murphy in 2007 and the tragic death of designated artistic director Tanja Liedtke.