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unmask

(ŭn″mask′)
To reveal or make evident a disguised clinical condition, e.g., by treating a different condition that made it difficult to perceive the first condition.
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Following the second robbery, Mr Gilling made a statement saying that one of those involved was the unmasked raider from the first raid.
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His claim is part of Michael Jackson Unmasked, a one hour NBC special.
Mr Donaldson was unmasked as a spy last December after the collapse of a three-year court case against him, his son-in-law Ciaran Kearney and civil servant William Mackessy.
In some minor ways, Lincoln Unmasked is better than The Real Lincoln.
SOME of West Yorkshire's notorious drugs barons will be unmasked later today.
Thiswas the guy who was blogging on the front lineaboutpoliceworkandhewas forced to stop this story because he was unmasked by The Times.
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"Economics Unmasked: From Power and Greed to Compassion and the Common Good" discusses the global ecosystem and the dominating system that focuses entirely on the value of the material and nothing else, that views acquiring money and getting even more money as the only goal.
<![CDATA[ Even if you are not Jewish, even if you do not support Israel, you should see Gloria Greenfieldas Unmasked: Judeophobia.
Unmasked reminds us of many of the most outrageous of anti-Israel defamation campaigns--that it is the "Fourth Reich," that it is "apartheid," that it is "racist"--and in the face of these propagandistic calumnies, we suggest steadfastly reminding the world that the UN Partition Plan of 1947 offered a reasonable two-state solution, which was rejected by, and responded to with violence by, Arabs.