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Run a command that is shadowed by an alias

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http://unix.stackexchange.com – Let's say i have the following alias in bash - alias ls='ls --color=auto' - and i want to call ordinary ls without options. Is the only way to do that is to unalias, do the command and then alias again? Or there is some nifty trick or workaround? (HowTos)