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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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Taking food back to its roots, The Raw Place strives to provide organic food and beverages in the rawest possible form.
One of the advantages this kind of anthology has over a more reflective life story told with hindsight or careful revisionism (whether biography or autobiography) is that here we are taken back to important moments as they happened, when emotions were at their rawest.
From the frantically impassioned Schubert songs on Goethe's settings through the transcendental sensuality of Liszt to Brahms' Four Serious Songs, compiled from Martin Luther's translation of passages from the Old Testament and composed during the composer's final year shortly after Clara Schumann's death, the programme reveals the three composers in their rawest, most intimate and introspective form.
It's possible the assailant was mentally ill, but it's irresponsible to not acknowledge that racism in its rawest and most virulent form appears to have been the primary catalyst.
If you want to get down and dirty, if you want to know life in its rawest, most godless, carnal cornucopia, go ask the flea that gazes up at you, that sees you for what you are, alien life on a distant planet.
It's the purest and rawest thing we have in life and everyone "Love is love.
Singer Rou Reynolds can't wait to perform the new material live on stage: "We pushed ourselves vocally with some of the rawest angriest vocals we've ever done as well as some of the most dulcet and delicate," he said.
I have no qualms about drinking tea, it is fish in its rawest form that I draw the line at
The New Republic's Alec MacGillis quoted a former colleague's tweet that the indictments appear "pretty thin" while saying, "It is not going to be easy for prosecutors to convince a trial jury that a governor wielding his veto power in even the rawest, most ad hominem form, as Perry did here, amounts to a crime.
STARRING as a devastated father who donates his dead daughter's organs forced Wil Johnson to dig deep into his rawest emotions.
It's only when you're pulled down to the rawest, most central core of your existence that you know who you really are,'' she said.
They have been handed the rawest of deals by the Government's cost-cutting and have to come up with a response.