unshift

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un·shift

 (ŭn-shĭft′)
intr.v. un·shift·ed, un·shift·ing, un·shifts
To release the shift key on a computer or typewriter keyboard.

unshift

(ʌnˈʃɪft)
vb (intr)
to release the shift key on a keyboard
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There was still time under largely unshifting cloud cover and eventually floodlights for Pakistan to reply with 50-1 at stumps.
There was still time under largely unshifting cloud cover and, eventually, floodlights, for Pakistan to reply with 50 for one at stumps.
Confronting fiction with non-fiction, and non-fiction with fiction, has allowed this discussion to reveal some aspects of the unshifting foundations grounding the marked shifts in the definition of architecture in the twentieth century.
The Colt hangs unshifting alongside my ribcage, instantly accessible through the shirtfront with the second-from-the-top button undone.
In the Conclusion, the authors makes a very strong statement on what they call the "common, unshifting ideological ground that appears to underlie anti-obeah enactments from different territories and at different periods of time" (p.
The winners' task was doubtless made easier by having the pick of the conditions, able to bowl first after heavy morning rain had delayed the start and left a legacy of unshifting cloud cover.
Collapses from both teams have become a recurring theme of a series played under unshifting cloud cover.
Collapses from both teams have become the recurring theme of a series played under unshifting cloud cover.
Compare Cratylus, 411a1-c6; Theaetetus, 179e-180b; and especially Timaeus, 29b4-6: "the accounts we give of things have the same character as the subjects they set forth [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].] So accounts of what is stable and fixed and transparent to understanding are themselves stable and unshifting." Trans.