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unblind
 v.— «When a patient is on a double-blind study, there are certain times when the doctor needs to “unblind” them, which is just revealing whatever crap the patient was getting: drug or placebo, etc.» —“Dreamlike Occurrences That Were Not Actually Dreams” Izzle Pfaff Apr. 22, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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