- v move out of a curled position
He uncurled himself
- In defense of both, long, indignant letters began to uncurl in London newspapers.
- The monsters that uncurl on his floor are puckishly reminiscent of the grimacing gremlins, eerie puppets and masked mobs unleashed by fellow Belgian James Ensor.
- Yet he could uncurl his null frame to dance "like a faun" or demonstrate judo.
- Brian Cowen in International Herald Tribune
It just so happened I had five weeks off to do most of it, so I agreed, and five days later we were shooting exterior stuff in London. On some days I was Conrad at three different ages. A terrible Japanese solution was used to uncurl my hair but I... Albert Schultz http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Schultz&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGBL50wU6D_UnJajcJO0gi-uUQ1EA Toronto Star http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.thestar.com/NASApp/cs/ContentServer%3Fpagename%3Dthestar/Layout/Article_Type1%26c%3DArticle%26cid%3D1164970956664%26call_pageid%3D968867495754&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGg2svgz20ay4Qr9ioSPDDZXbNuiA Dec 2, 2006
103924 137536 undamaged It is incumbent on all of us to make the compromises necessary to ensure that Ireland emerges undamaged from the difficult global environment we are now in," Cowen told a press conference following his weekly Cabinet meeting.