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Some articles on uncovering:

Lacuna (comics) - Fictional Character Biography - Uncovering
... Lacuna later became infatuated with Mister Sensitive ... She gave information to him that revealed that the team's owner, Spike Freeman, had illegal ties to Saddam Hussein ...
Bpeh - Uncovering, priah
... At the neonatal stage, the inner preputial epithelium is still linked with the surface of the glans ... The mitzvah is executed only when this epithelium is either removed, or permanently peeled back to uncover the glans ...
Psychotherapists - Medical and Non-medical Models
... practitioners distinguish between more uncovering and more supportive psychotherapy ... Uncovering psychotherapy emphasizes facilitating the client's insight into the roots of their difficulties ... The best-known example of an uncovering psychotherapy is classical psychoanalysis ...
El Tajín - History of Its Rediscovery
... He eventually cleared 77 acres (310,000 m2), uncovering more buildings and proposed that it be called “The Archeological City of El Tajín.” Starting from 1938, excavation and reconstruction work was ... Brüggemann built on the work of García Payón, uncovering 35 more buildings ...
April 30 (Eastern Orthodox Liturgics) - Saints - Other Commemorations
... Uncovering of the relics of Saint Basil of Amasea, bishop (322) Uncovering of the relics (1558) of Saint Nicetas of Novgorod, bishop (1108) Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos "Of the Passion" (1641) Uncovering of ...

More definitions of "uncovering":

  • (noun): The act of discovering something.
    Synonyms: discovery, find

Famous quotes containing the word uncovering:

    The two most far-reaching critical theories at the beginning of the latest phase of industrial society were those of Marx and Freud. Marx showed the moving powers and the conflicts in the social-historical process. Freud aimed at the critical uncovering of the inner conflicts. Both worked for the liberation of man, even though Marx’s concept was more comprehensive and less time-bound than Freud’s.
    Erich Fromm (1900–1980)