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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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The book's only significant failing is that it views that anguish from a lofty perspective, and does not give readers much sense of the emotional rawness behind the issues.
In the case of memoirs, political polemics, and, from any political camp, exposes, these qualities are part of the rawness, interest, and attraction of primary sources.
It is a gritty novel at best, and one hopes that in honing her style, Palmer holds fast to the authenticity, rawness and realism that could well become her trademark.
That way, they get the rawness of a live recording in the studio.
This swan-song memoir is the latest of Sverre Lyngstad's admirable translations of Hamsun's work into English, all of which vividly convey both the rawness and the lyricism of Hamsun's style and the abrupt, random shifts of his narrators' moods.
Mostly a state of mind, Hawai'i is the image of escape from the rawness and violence of daily American life.
It's a rawness, an on-the-edge passion that's in yo' face.
To this day I still cannot stand its rawness, but drink it camouflaged in a Bloody Mary.
The meeting focused on work in progress--some of which was so new that the rawness of the data led to conflicting interpretations about the liner details of the disease.
Rambo IV" will bring the franchise back to its roots, with a rawness and force not seen since the original "First Blood.
In that respect there is a rawness, a hunger and a great desire from him to continue his education and go even further, and we intend that to be with us in the immediacy and also in the future.
And with the addition of all-natural materials like wood, rope and stone you will get the rawness of the seaside.