Inveil

In`veil´


v. t.1.To cover, as with a veil.
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Meanwhile, enjoying the sales spike associated with the artificial nails category (which was up 6.8% for the 12 weeks ended January 22, according to IRI), Kiss Products inveiled new product innovations for 2017 designed to keep the momentum building.
Midfielder Adam Clayton sports the new Town training top manufactured by Puma, whose new-look first-team kit is |due to be inveiled at the end of this month.
An over 50s group, Castleford Area Voice For The Elderly, demanded the return of the old name.AndanewplagueforTickle Cock has now been inveiled.
First inveiled in 1921, the plaque listed the 40 names of those from Stocksfield, both soldiers and sailors, who died in combat during the First World War.
Plans to increase congestion charges for 'Chelsea tractors' were inveiled by London's Mayor yesterday in a move aimed at discouraging the use of vehicles producing high levels of carbon emissions.
Enodis plc has inveiled its plans for the second phase of its Banner Park development in Coventry with three high quality units available for sale or for rent.