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The Browns played without their head coach after a coronavirus outbreak ravaged their locker room and practice schedule for the past two weeks, and they dominated as the Steelers unraveled.

“This makes unraveling the genome sequence look simple,” said Marks & Spencer chair Archie Norman on Thursday.

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How Dwayne Haskins’s tenure with Washington unraveled in less than two yearsWashington’s leading receiver, wideout Terry McLaurin, was also listed as questionable as he has not practiced the past two weeks because of a high-ankle sprain.

Photo by Adriana Heldiz Meanwhile, Sweetwater Union High School officials were still dealing with the district’s financial crisis that unraveled in late 2018.

The tech giantsNikola’s stock crashes after announcing cancelation of contract with Republic Services for 2,500 garbage trucks — This is the latest deal to unravel for Nikola as it tries to patch up following recent devastating reports.

Graver is the author of three previous novels: Awake, The Honey Thief, and Unravelling.

The divisions unravelling within our community are a battle over what it means to be a Zionist in the 21st century.

I do not seem to get any nearer to the unravelling of this knot, Mr Capel.

After a good deal of unravelling and pulling, we got them all out of the net, and proceeded onward with our cargo.

The first part of "Giannetto" raised my interest, but I was disappointed in the unravelling of the plot.

She declared that he ruffled the surface of the silks, and insisted upon unravelling for herself.

Rather a difficult piece of unravelling to impose upon the poor fellow!


On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unravelling, such as: conclusion, decision, finding, motion, outcome, and proposal.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.