uncrate


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uncrate

(ʌnˈkreɪt)
vb (tr)
to remove from a crate
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.uncrate - remove from the crateuncrate - remove from the crate; "uncrate the glassed carefully!"
unpack, take out - remove from its packing; "unpack the presents"
crate - put into a crate; as for protection; "crate the paintings before shipping them to the museum"
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When you can uncrate a new handgun, drive to the range and place the first five Federal Premium 30-gr.
Regardless of the method you use, "uncrate" your fig early in the season, as soon as the risk of killing frosts has reasonably passed.
"I've had friends tell me that they would walk over from the country club after their tennis lessons and just stand there and watch the crew uncrate another section of the room," Cathy says.
For Shinola wristwatches and leather goods, outreach developed by Mediahub with Partners & Spade ran in the Daily Beast, Uncrate and elsewhere, targeting millennial "mavericks" (affluent males who were eager to buy) and "makers" (female content sharers who would spread the brand message).
Uncrate.com shows stuff guys supposedly want -- motorcycles, skateboards, cars, bicycles, a charging station for the new Apple Watch, Swiss army knives, etc.
Digital men's magazine Uncrate said that it smells and tastes like a really great Reese Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup while others have said that it is like a beer version of a dessert wine.
While I love to uncrate the picture books and delve into those, my 13-year-old daughter dives into the boxes that contain the young adult literature to see if her favourite authors have published another sequel or to find a yet unread author or new series that catches her fancy.
Among the publishers whose content is already enabled on Flipboard Pages are: ABC News, All Things Digital, Bon Appetit, Lonely Planet, SB Nation, SF Gate, Uncrate and The Washington Post magazine.
Negotiate having the rep on hand upon delivery to uncrate, set up and check out the equipment.
His father, George, managed the Lightolier showroom in Chicago's Merchandise Mart, serving as the company's regional sales manager, and Klein's formal introduction to the industry was at the NeoCon trade show, where, as a teenager, he would uncrate, assemble and hang chandeliers in the lighting showrooms of the Mart.
As part of the service, ABF drivers uncrate and unload, take away all excess freight, and even help set up displays for Tumi's luggage.