unshroud


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unshroud

(ʌnˈʃraʊd)
vb (tr)
1. to uncover or remove the shrouds from
2. (Nautical Terms) to divest (a ship) of shrouds or ropes
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Consumer Myopia, Competition and the Incentives to Unshroud Add-On
We find our shared and separate pasts with tools in varied hands, hoist sails in seas of buried histories, unshroud our dead and sleeping subjects, dry or dust them off, puzzle them together: "rills a consummation / Devoutly to be wished" (Hamlet 3.
I'd be glad to unshroud the mysteries you find in the numbering system of the bankruptcy code -- it would take about three minutes if you really care to know.