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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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His style is a little rawer, but his slightly abrasive approach was seductive.
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Your emotions may have been rawer, and at times this has prevented you from getting on.
As much as the present days preparation for Catholic marriages is in a lamentable state, my own encounter with parish "formation" in the early sixties has probably offered me, and my bride-to-be, an even rawer deal.
THE ready-made stars of this season have been strutting their stuff at York this week, but today the equine material is of a rather rawer hue.
Wendy and Brooklyn, from the more gentle and rawer first album The Fine Art of Self Destruction, were best received by the audience.
Writing on the official Find Madeleine website, Mrs McCann said she had longed to return for two years for "personal and emotional reasons", but added: "Our pain feels much rawer here."
"Although our pain feels much rawer here, it is comforting at the same time, since we feel closer to Madeleine."
It's undeniable that David's rawer comic style jibes more felicitously with Brooks' unromantic ethos, yet oddly, in keeping with the pic's celebration of random coincidence, both the Bialystock and Boris parts were originally conceived for Zero Mostel.
"[While] she was a very good storyteller at the beginning of her career, writing with a poised voice, creating memorable characters, and packing her stories with convincing detail, her craft has improved with time, and her tales have grown funnier, rawer, and more heartbreaking in recent years." JENNY SHANK
Confusion about parking was most rife here in the North East, while across the UK generally men felt they get a rawer deal over fines than women.
Confusion about parking was most rife in north east England, while across the UK generally men felt they get a rawer deal over fines than women.