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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 emotional rawness of dealing with the horrific murder of a friend is evident throughout.
From its seemingly irredeemable title character to the rawness of its scenes of casual sex, drug taking and group violence, the film distinguishes itself from the crop of tamer zero-budgeters that usually hail from SXSW, where it preemed last year.
The rawness of the suq is what made it so amazing to me when I visited it.
CLARE MAGUIRE Ain't Nobody This 22-year-old is from Birmingham and there's a rawness to her voice that evokes a free spirit like Stevie Nicks.
I like the gap between blueprint and building or single-cell organisms and the highly evolved natural world and I enjoy the rawness of construction and the form of exposed lines.
The Valamanesh gestalt re-immerses us in the primeval rawness of form and function and, in doing so, the artist succeeds in visualising what many of her contemporaries have avoided--the symbiosis between art and science.
National parks like this give us a place to experience America's rawness, just like it used to be.
Now, as well as having to cope with the rawness of their grief, this young couple are left with massive money worries.
It's not difficult to understand its success, because plays with this degree of intensity and rawness are rare.
Her work has been described as 'hotwired to the unconscious' and has a 'lo-fi' feel which gives them an emotional rawness.
Such was Heath's commitment to the truth of our story and to the rawness and depth of his portrayal.