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He had waited too often and futilely in the past for porcupines to unroll, to waste any more time.
Vast perspectives of success unroll themselves before my eyes.
And I call to mind a picture of a commercial traveler who is about to unroll his samples:
Saber Astronautics' tether deployer, or DragEN for short, unrolls 200 metres of special conductive string, which interacts with the magnetic field of the Earth to create a force to gently pull a redundant satellite back to Earth, stuff.
An injection molded elastomeric diaphragm that constantly rolls and unrolls over the drive shaft of a mixer is a critical component in a patented single-use mixing system that enables pharmaceutical manufacturers to prevent cross-contamination while eliminating the need for cleaning and sterilizing traditional stainless steel equipment between batches.
The component in question is an injection moulded elastomeric diaphragm that constantly rolls and unrolls over the drive shaft of a mixer in a single-use pharmaceutical mixing system.
Your fly will enter the water just as the line unrolls and straightens, rather than blowing off course, or back at you, which piles up or tangles the leader.
Curator Claire Mullett unrolls the continuous scroll of Jack Kerouac's novel On The Road at The Barber Institute at Birmingham University.