unveiler

unveiler

(ʌnˈveɪlə)
n
someone who or that which removes a veil (literally or figuratively); someone who unveils or reveals
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I am sure that when he said he was the most experienced plaque unveiler he wasn't being tongue-in-cheek or flippant in the comment - after all this has possibly been his prime function for the last 70 years.
In fact, Prince Philip has jokingly given himself the title of "the world's most experienced plaque unveiler".
Earlier, as he opened a new PS25million stand at Lord's cricket ground, he paused with his hand on a curtain cord and announced: "You're about to see the world's most experienced plaque unveiler."
Prince Philip, who yesterday dubbed himself "the world's most experienced plaque unveiler", officially opened the Royal Garden designed by school children and created by parents, local businesses and a team of 12 Prince's Trust volunteers.
A meeting like that stays with you for a lifetime and I wanted to give the schoolchildren that experience." Prince Philip, who yesterday dubbed himself "the world's most experienced plaque unveiler", officially opened the royal garden designed by children and created by parents, local businesses and a team of 12 Prince's Trust volunteers.
While we in the Caerphilly-based Tommy Cooper Society would love our patron and unveiler of Tommy's statue in 2008 to take the part of our hero in a Tommy Cooper bio-pic, your photo clearly shows the role that Sir Anthony is really made for - the lead in the Harry Secombe story!
The Duke of Edinburgh consoled players "they will have, second to her, the world's most experienced plaque unveiler".
Ginsberg attributed much of his vision to his use of psychedelics, and it's a wonderful irony that the great unveiler of American complacency came across LSD as a guinea pig in a CIA experiment.
Barthes recognizes this risk when he speaks of the difficulties encountered by even the self-aware mythologist, demystifier or unveiler of myths, who finds that, ...
(When caught by a Federal Election Commission audit, the campaign had to refund the federal portion of this payoff.) Harrington says with sincerity that he is committed to a thorough investigation, but he has no proven record as an unveiler of government dirty work.
By positioning himself on the side of the Law that has disempowered him, Cosway presents himself as the truth teller, the unveiler of all that Antoinette (and Richard Mason) has kept veiled.