v. t.1.To cease to hold; to unhand; to release.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Prosecution's failure to unhold the motive behind the murder made the story more intriguing.
V.Schlondorff, "Nachwort." Der Unhold, nach dem Roman Der Erlkonig von Michel Tournier, mit Ausziigen aus dem Drehbuch.
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The fourth chapter analyses the relationship between Marcel Beyer's Flughunde, Michel Tournier's Le Roi des Aulnes, and Volker Schlondorff's film adaptation of Tournier's novel (Der Unhold), comparing their depictions of an ambivalent hero and, in particular, the implications of using different languages to describe the Nazi period.
Massa, winner on his home track last year, may have asignificantrole to play in the outcome depending on how qualifying and the race unhold.
On the contrary, she had called the perpetrator of the abduction and sexual violence a "murderer" (der Unhold), never herself.
Just before his 1997 departure, Schlondorff (The Tin Drum) produced the 27 million mark (over 16 million dollars) flop Der Unhold (The Ogre).