334 examples of unveiling in sentences

It is very creditable to the Republican Party that they exercised such control over their feelings when the day for unveiling the LINCOLN Monument arrived.

So, timidly, slowly, they stole forth from the dark, unveiling their beauties to their lord the sun and filling the world with the fragrance of their worship.

The Aquarium: An Unveiling of the Wonders of the Deep Sea.

But how would you have Him unveil Himself?' 'By unveiling Himself.' 'What?

We do not expect the scientific writer to stir our emotions, otherwise than by the secondary influences which arise from our awe and delight at the unveiling of new truths.

In thirteen immortal philippicssome of which, however, were merely written and never delivered, after the fashion of Demosthenes, with whom as an orator and a patriot he can alone be comparedhe denounced the unprincipled demagogue and general with every offensive epithet the language afforded,unveiling his designs, exposing his forgeries, and proving his crimes.

" "Is this your answer, Kathanal," she sighed, "To the unveiling of my heart of hearts?

Nor was he an historian like Ranke, raking out the hidden facts of a remote period, and unveiling the astute diplomacy of past ages.

Miss Elise Hazel Hepburn, a great-great-grandniece of the Commodore, had a prominent part at the ceremonies of the unveiling, which took place on Saint Patrick's Day, 1907.

The point of interest, for the Red-Cross prisoners at least, in our morning visits lay in the unveiling of the eatables we had brought.

Here for the first time, however, Ibsen perfected his peculiar gift of imparting tense dramatic interest to the unveiling of the past.

In his best work, the progress of the unveiling occasions a marked development, or series of changes, in the actual and present relations of the characters.

Thus far we have followed the standard authorities, but the year 1903 has done much in the way of unveiling Chopin's life.

Among the most noteworthy of Douglass's later addresses were the oration at the unveiling of the Freedmen's Monument to Abraham Lincoln in Washington in 1876, which may be found in his Life and Times; the address on Decoration Day, New York, 1878; his eulogy on Wendell Phillips, printed in Austin's Life and Times of Wendell Phillips; and the speech on the death of Garrison, June, 1879.

September 15, 1898, was the date set for the unveiling of the monument; but, owing to delay in the delivery of the statue, only a part of the contemplated exercises took place.

A parade of military and civic societies was held, and an appropriate programme rendered at the unveiling of the monument.

After attacking the Jesuits in his Provincial Letters, and unveiling the worthlessness of their casuistical morality, Pascal, constrained by a genuine piety, undertook to construct a philosophy of Christianity; but the attempt was ended by the early death of the author, who had always suffered under a weak constitution.

It was like unveiling a statue.

According to the recent communications of the French Finance Minister Klotz (in a speech made at the unveiling of a war memorial in Issoudan), the strength of the French army on a peace footing in the year 1910 amounted in round figures to 580,000 men.

Religion is the unveiling of a man's hidden treasures, the revelation of his intimate thoughts, the open confession of his love secrets.

It is not only that here and there are solid statements of doctrine, wherein some massive argument is constructed for the partial unveiling of redemptive glory.

YOUNG, CHESTER A. The unveiling of the vitamins.

© on editorial matter; 1Apr25, A823811. R105877, 12Jan53, The John C. Winston Co. (PWH) ELLIS, Mrs. R. O. The unveiling of the vitamins as ultra light and color rays.

© 26Sep25, A869252. R107400, 12Feb53, Eleanor Youmans (A) YOUNG, CHESTER A. The unveiling of the vitamins as ultra light and color rays.

Half an hour ago I could see from the topgallant yard, where I was posted, that the fog was beginning to break away, and in a moment it rose slowly like a huge grey curtain, unveiling the sea and the deep-blue sky, letting in a flood of rosy light from the sinking sun, and revealing a picture of wonderful beauty.

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