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It was one of the many little human documents which had been unfolded to him during his long career as a physician.
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.
Summary: The play unfolds over one night in a prison
Recently, the company put up some billboards in Paris with the words "The future unfolds" and "February twentieth" written on them.
Whatever unfolds is the "curriculum" of the retreat, and the challenge always is: How are you going to be in wise relationship with whatever arises, be that wanted or unwanted?
As the story unfolds we learn about Ranald's own life and how it has shaped the person he is.
Moving paintings are a series of four animated paintings that both captivate and immerse viewers in an unfolding nature experience that is heart opening and unfolds in content and use of media as only original art can.
As the case unfolds, he begins to suspect the doctors are hiding something - and that a grisly fate awaits all the patients on a sinister ward.
We follow the lives of real people as D-Day unfolds on modern media
This example shows the MBP protein unfolds in an all-or-none unfolding manner with no unfolding intermediate.