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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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It arises out of the contextualizing of the rawly given.
Haar's handheld camera rawly captures the breathless scrambles and nocturnal disorientation of the fleeing Palestinians.
It all leads up to a final, seething confrontation that is as intense as it is rawly kinetic.
However, when literary critics examine a topic that connects with the present in such a rawly urgent manner, can we not also expect "the long view" to try to relate its measured insights with what is up close and urgent?
This Juliet was not primly shocked by Romeo's demand for "satisfaction," nor rawly lustful in her longing for the consummation of her marriage, nor distinctively fearful or suspicious in contemplating the potion that Friar Laurence had given her, and almost all of the main performances were similarly well-spoken but featureless.
Being the only remaining crooner from the good old days is not good enough when you put your voice so rawly on display as this.
It burns through Ravel's Piano Concerto in G (Bernstein the soloist), where the jazz sounds rawly authentic, it transforms the simplicity of Stravinsky's L'Histoire du soldat into bucolic bur-lesque and charges Copland's Billy the Kid Suite with clean-limbed energy.
And in the course of those peripetiae, Jamin suggests in his preface to the Journal de Chine, Leiris sought to train a "pure regard" on China and to restore rawly, within the discursive fabric of his notebooks, that which was taken in by his observing gaze (Jamin, JDC 17-19).