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Raw

Describing a coin that has not been officially appraised or put in some protective casing by an appraisal company.
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As Andrew Coyne noted in the National Post, while his paper was carrying a number of articles on parliamentary reform, the Liberals gave some of the rawest displays of contempt for anything like this that they had ever shown.
Two cases in point: When director John Singleton's acclaimed and profitable movie Boyz 'n the Hood was still a script, Simmons wanted to produce it, but Columbia Studios then-president Frank Price was loathe to set up a film deal with a man who came to meetings dressed like a messenger and whose conversation was filled with the rawest of obscenities.
The Nation tries to speak for those who get the rawest deal from society: its poor, its powerless, and its oppressed.
Chose your boarder -- guy or girl -- and your deck and prepare to feel the rawest "true-to-life" physics of any snowboarding game in the world.
GIANTS chief Paul Anderson has praised the way the squad's rawest Super League recruits have embraced his club's punishing training regime.
With nearly a decade of material to choose from this will be a night of fan and band favourites and a chance to see the post punk quartet at their rawest.
I ran downstairs and into the garden, where I witnessed nature in its rawest form.
But the real highlights were the haunting Shipbuilding and Alison, which is arguably one of the rawest, most uncompromising love songs of the late 20th century .
But transparency was also a matter of the Danish artist's very approach, since she exhibited here, without restriction and without restraint, documents in the rawest, most straightforward form possible: photocopies, collage, low-resolution photographs.
Surendran said karting is also widely recognized as the rawest form of motor sports where many F1 champions such as Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton were recognised and gained their initial experience.
This, their fifth studio release, is by far the rawest and is a return to the band's roots.