Unravelment


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Un`rav´el`ment


n.1.The act of unraveling, or the state of being unraveled.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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A look at the division, how it came about, and how it is affecting society as a whole today, "Us Against Them" is an intriguing unravelment of debate today, accessible to readers of all backgrounds.
There must be mystery in both, for we do not unravel the uncomplex; but whereas in the tale of mystery the unravelmente is part of the tale, in that of decipherment it is the mystery that is part of the unravelment. The tale of mystery is imaginative, the detective story is intellectual, in its essence: that summarizes their fundamental distinction.
Cabinet Secretary Sir John Hunt reluctantly advised that scrapping the Polaris nuclear deterrent was preferable to cutting the British Army on the Rhine (BAOR) which could result in the "unravelment" of the Nato alliance.