- n a bit of fiber that has become separated from woven fabric
- v disentangle
- v tangle or complicate
- The novel is set in igth century Italy, and the wit and irony with which it deals with its themesthe raveling aristocracy, the Italian blood mania for landsuggest Giuseppe .
- But can a People's Army stop modern motorcycle troops, whose guns can cut a man in half in two seconds at 100 yards, planes with their nerve-raveling noises?.
- Yet here they all were, these films from Japan, Thailand and mainland China, proceeding briskly, raveling suspensefully, with hardly a lotus leaf or tea ceremony .
- Lorenzo Romar in TheNewsTribune.com (registration)
I remember the last time both were doing well was when George Raveling was there and Harold Miner for USC (in the early 1990s),said Washington coach Lorenzo Romar, a Southern California native. "When those two teams got together, everyone...
- Frank Haith in CanesTime.com
I remember being in college and Bob Wade was the only African-American coach in the ACC and he didn't last very long at Maryland,Haith said. "I wanted to be a head coach and obviously there were a few guys like George Raveling, Nolan...
- Paul Hewitt in San Diego Union Tribune
Coach Raveling was the most prepared guy I've ever been around. He was never caught off guard, whether it was a scouting report, a recruiting visit or a TV interview,Hewitt said. "Outside of my dad, there's not been a guy in my life who...