How To Use Unchecked In A Sentence

  • Application of the word "privatization," however, is almost always a misuse of the English language, albeit one that has become so common that it falls automatically off the tongue and flows unchecked past the ear. Ken Allen: Say 'Corporatization,' Not 'Privatization'
  • That obvious familiarity of product and my jovial manner helped me pass through the whole security network unchecked. Corporate Cloak and Dagger
  • From here, I unchecked the option to set the time automatically.
  • If the matter is left go unchecked other people will think they have a free hand to discard all their household rubbish wherever they want.
  • It would also protect against septicaemia in which bacteria multiply unchecked in the blood, possibly causing death without prompt treatment.
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  • The use of credit continues/grows unchecked.
  • Must referees take a harder line or should the excitement continue unchecked? Times, Sunday Times
  • But this served only to stimulate the already keen energies of the Federal forces, who waded knee-deep through the clear Potomac, and trudged along over the 'sacred soil' with a willingness unchecked by the cold nor'wester that raged on that July morning. The Continental Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 3, March, 1862
  • According to the campaigners, the scant resources mean crooks can continue unchecked. Times, Sunday Times
  • As our older generation knows from experience, unchecked aggression against a small nation is a prelude to international disaster.
  • His apparent instruction to passport control officers to wave through hordes of visitors unchecked was a grotesque dereliction of duty. The Sun
  • We cannot allow such behaviour to continue unchecked.
  • These are larger than most aphids and, left unchecked, will rapidly form colonies that cause the plant to wilt. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is also the reason that short pitched bowling should not be allowed to go on unchecked. Times, Sunday Times
  • Riding a wave of unchecked immigration and seemingly eluding law enforcement, the Mexican Mafia is poised to become the Cosa Nostra of 21st century America.
  • The country has no reason to believe that 2005 will see any reversion to the unchecked lawlessness that, at J'Ouvert in Port-of-Spain, for example, has scared away some would-be participants.
  • The global consequences of those private tyrannies unchecked by democratic governments are even worse.
  • Unchecked "infomania" - yes, there's even a term for this instapathology - can lead to a lower IQ, according to a 2005 Hewlett-Packard study. undefined
  • The political literature of the nineteenth century was full of references to class, and in particular nervously raised the possibility of unchecked working-class political power. Democracy and its Critics - Anglo-American democratic thought in the nineteenth century
  • This Government is at least alive to the profligacy that went unchecked under the last. The Sun
  • an unchecked temper
  • As a check, ask yourself, "How would my choice of clothing be perceived by my Heavenly Parents..by my earthly parents...by someone with unchecked lustful thoughts. Growing Up - Learning Modesty in Dress
  • The extreme attitudes of the Scottish male were allowed to flourish unchecked. The Prisons We Deserve
  • These acts of aggression went unchecked because the powers that might have stopped them had problems of their own.
  • Inside a house at Farm Road, Hyde, the collection of young adults, blacks, whites and greys had been happily breeding unchecked.
  • The citizen who fears the ill-smelling drunk, the rowdy teenager, or the importuning beggar is not merely expressing his distaste for unseemly behavior; he is also giving voice to a bit of folk wisdom that happens to be a correct generalization — namely, that serious street crime flourishes in areas in which disorderly behavior goes unchecked. Broken Windows
  • The clover may be pastured the following year, but in the year succeeding that, it is allowed to grow unchecked until August, when it is plowed in, the ground again guanoed, and wheat sown with herd's-grass (red-top) and clover, which is to remain, for mowing and pasture, as long as the ground will profitably sustain it. A Journey in the Seaboard Slave States; With Remarks on Their Economy
  • Nor can incompetence be allowed to flourish unchecked.
  • As the next day dawned, it was time to check in not just a hoard of goodies, but a baggage full of happiness, and unchecked emotion.
  • I, for one, am simply not prepared to sit back and allow simplistic criticism of Airedale Hospital and its staff to continue unchecked.
  • Fed chief Alan Greenspan warned their unchecked growth could threaten the financial system.
  • Which means that by clicking ‘next’ when confronted with the first four unchecked boxes, the user unwittingly elects to receive sports, entertainment, music and new service announcements.
  • All the while he has hoped that division between countries and uncertain public opinion in the democracies would weaken our resolve and allow him to carry on in power unchecked.
  • Paul's an independent filmmaker whose unbridled ambition is rivaled only by his equally unchecked obsessive nature.
  • Many of the websites continue to trade unchecked. Times, Sunday Times
  • The increasing focus on speed cameras and decline in traffic police means that offences such as drug-driving and careless driving could be going unchecked.
  • When doctors use the term alcoholic liver disease, they are referring to a specific disease process that is made up of four distinct, advancing stages of liver damage, beginning with something called fatty liver and, if unchecked, progressing to inflammation of the liver, or alcoholic hepatitis. DR. SANJIV CHOPRA’S LIVER BOOK
  • Unchecked, the disorder often sets in motion a debilitating psychological sequel syndrome of agoraphobia, avoiding public places.
  • An unchecked increase in the use of fossil fuels could have catastrophic results for the planet.
  • A combination of theophobia-the irrational fear of all things religious-and political dextrophobia-an unhealthy worry about the right side of the body politic-runs unchecked in the blood stream of such schools, disabling the open-mindedness normally prized. The Scriptorium Daily: Middlebrow
  • Mr. Bookbinder had unwittingly "unchecked" the spam filter in the MS Mind control panel.
  • If left unchecked, botrytis will kill grapes and can be a big problem to vine growers.
  • Some might quibble at a reliance on interviews with journalists as an unchecked source. Times, Sunday Times
  • The country can ill afford the luxury of unchecked growth of private vehicle population.
  • The recurrent problems continue unchecked under his stewardship, and he has not taken the lead in response to other disasters that befall the city.
  • If allowed to continue unchecked, it could overwhelm the capacity of the receiving countries to cope, leading inevitably to social unrest.
  • The MPs found that the body's recommendations were so varied and vague as to allow most activity to proceed unchecked. Times, Sunday Times
  • We cannot allow such behaviour to continue unchecked.
  • Left unchecked, they lead to major economic problems.
  • If present trends go/continue unchecked there will be a major epidemic of heart disease in the next five years.
  • Although the Internet can be an excellent source of up to date and authoritative information much of it is unchecked and possibly unreliable.
  • If present trends go/continue unchecked there will be a major epidemic of heart disease in the next five years.
  • This habit, if left unchecked , may cause serious problems later.
  • And we know too much about economic health to allow such combinations to flourish unchecked. The Constraints of Corporate Tradition
  • Residents also complained that unchecked and haphazard construction activity came in the way of natural watercourses.
  • When ticket touting is allowed to go unchecked, the law of the land unenforced, we are asking for trouble. The Sun
  • We must not allow our immigration policy to be subverted by unchecked illegal arrivals.
  • He behaved like a spoiled brat, his power unchecked and uncontrolled.
  • The condition causes the excretion of calcium and potassium in the urine and may harm the bones and kidneys if carb deprivation is unchecked.
  • SHERIFF JOE ATOP ARIZONA POLL OF GOP SENATE CANDIDATES - Infamous Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio -- who views living, breathing human beings trying to make a better life for themselves in the U.S. with the same level of compassion that we view gastroenteritis, traffic jams or unchecked bacne -- actually has a shot at being Arizona's next senator. HUFFPOST HILL - Rep. Jean Schmidt Under Investigation
  • The power conferred upon corporate managers by the business company was potentially unchecked and hence illegitimate within the framework of liberal democracy.
  • Insert the maximum file size you want to search, or leave it unchecked if you don't want maximum size limit.
  • It contains an unchecked buffer in the part of its code which deals with handshakes when connecting to SMTP server.
  • The out of control memory leak remains unchecked while Redmond's Red Adairs grapple to put a lid on the blow-out.
  • Despite the best efforts of the zoo staff, a large number of plastic items find their way inside the zoo compound, unchecked.
  • In this Bohemian hothouse, our quirks and foibles flourished unchecked.
  • Regardless of how cute they are, deer can be like rats in the corncrib if left unchecked. Earn $5 a Doe in Illinois
  • The onward march of inequality continues unchecked. Times, Sunday Times
  • The real culprit is the unchecked fragmentation of land holdings in the rural areas.
  • His apparent instruction to passport control officers to wave through hordes of visitors unchecked was a grotesque dereliction of duty. The Sun
  • Riding a wave of unchecked immigration and seemingly eluding law enforcement, the Mexican Mafia is poised to become the Cosa Nostra of 21st century America.
  • If present trends go/continue unchecked there will be a major epidemic of heart disease in the next five years.
  • Population, when unchecked, increases in a geometrical ratio.
  • If the widening of the wage differential is allowed to proceed unchecked, it threatens to create within our own country a social problem of major proportions.
  • Blackthorn blossom foams along the sides of shorn hedgerows but grows unchecked with willow catkins and flowering gorse bushes in neglected thickets which shelter the returned chiffchaff and blackcap. Country diary: St Dominic, Tamar Valley
  • In effect, as deregulation has concentrated media ownership, its power has grown unchecked.
  • Unbelievably, most of the 1.5 billion tons of hazardous cargo shipped across this country every year go unchecked.
  • Unchecked erosion also fills riprap channels with silt and reduces the storage capacity of detention ponds via sediment deposits.
  • Most people don't like centralization, believing it results in bloat, bureaucracy, declining services to the citizenry, and worst of all, the risk of an unchecked power running roughshod. ~synthesis~
  • Unchecked, the disorder often sets in motion a debilitating psychological sequel syndrome of agoraphobia, avoiding public places.
  • Don't let unusual moles or birthmarks go unchecked.
  • This is an epic story concerning the corrosive effect of wealth and unchecked ambition on the souls of the two men. Times, Sunday Times
  • Huge thick palls of dirty black smoke stretched up into the orange evening sky from unchecked fires.
  • China said its unchecked lumber industry was a primary cause of the 1998 deluge, the country's worst floods since the 1950s.
  • It said much for the dichotomic nature of human civilization that Earth, the capital planet, was a Wheel world-one where the Grand Wheel's influence was strong, unchecked by the Legitimacy's repressive efforts. The Grand Wheel
  • Residents also complained that unchecked and haphazard construction activity came in the way of natural watercourses.
  • O'Neill says slack Frankfurt security meant he was often told to place baggage unchecked and unscreened on to Pan Am flights.
  • In other words, democracy must be subservient to economic growth, and unchecked government power is good for us.
  • Crucial If left unchecked it will change the economic, social and physical geography of our world in ways that we can barely begin to imagine. The Sun
  • He behaved like a spoiled brat, his power unchecked and uncontrolled.
  • The unchecked power of corrupt rural officials has given them license to tax the peasants beyond endurable limits and to pack the public payroll with relatives and cronies.
  • Population, when unchecked, increases in a geometric ratio . Subsistence increases in an arithmetical ratio.
  • Unchecked weeds sprouted wildly between the cracks in the pavements where overgrown and unruly front lawns had spilled over the remains of collapsed walls.
  • With little official information to oppose the flood of speculation and bad reporting, guesswork and gossip flourished unchecked. Times, Sunday Times
  • Barack Obama, like George Bush before him, has claimed the authority to order American citizens murdered based solely on the unverified, uncharged, unchecked claim that they are associated with Terrorism and pose “a continuing and imminent threat to U.S. persons and interests.” Think Progress » Pawlenty Falsely Claims ‘Most Credible Economists Say’ Stimulus Is ‘Not Working’
  • No satisfactory explanation is forthcoming from the home office about why the prison population is rising unchecked.
  • The fire was allowed to burn unchecked.
  • Her cheeks had been flushed from the morning chill and her green eyes bright with unchecked spirit.
  • She just wanted to be on her own so that the lava of tears could flow unchecked, melt it all away.
  • Peaceful coexistence had been tried and had failed, allowing violence typified by the Carver to flourish unchecked. DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION
  • It would also protect against septicaemia in which bacteria multiply unchecked in the blood, possibly causing death without prompt treatment.
  • But at the heart of it lies the arrogance of power unchecked. Times, Sunday Times
  • That's because, left unchecked, black rhino populations can grow to the point where females are competing with other rhinos for food.
  • This job, more than any other, has really opened my eyes to just how rampant and unchecked mental illness is these days.
  • The country has no reason to believe that 2005 will see any reversion to the unchecked lawlessness that, at J'Ouvert in Port-of-Spain, for example, has scared away some would-be participants.
  • The move is unlikely to affect major crime investigations but minor offences could go unchecked. The Sun
  • Unchecked sexual adventurism — whether straight, gay or both — is never a safe or wise way to go.
  • There are also cash surprises linked to an unchecked lottery ticket. The Sun
  • Women simply don't come to see them and the problems remain undiagnosed with all the follow-on ramifications developing unchecked.
  • Just because a country has a huge land area and a relatively small population does not mean it can continue to grow unchecked.
  • The clover may be pastured the following year, but in the year succeeding that, it is allowed to grow unchecked until August, when it is plowed in, the ground again guanoed, and wheat sown with herd's-grass (red-top) and clover, which is to remain, for mowing and pasture, as long as the ground will profitably sustain it. A Journey in the Seaboard Slave States; With Remarks on Their Economy
  • Some might quibble at a reliance on interviews with journalists as an unchecked source. Times, Sunday Times
  • This brings its own dangers, notably the risk of the unwanted, unchecked growth of tissue that we call cancer. Times, Sunday Times
  • He felt the Congress might be inclined to factious disputes and intrigues, but he also opposed giving unchecked power to a president.
  • In other words, in the name of ‘taking the schools out of politics,’ they hoped to aggrandize the educational bureaucracy and maintain its power virtually unchecked by any popular or democratic control.
  • He both presides over the house and is imprisoned by it, locked in a house of hidden corruption, where repressed desire flourishes unchecked in the basement and childish things are not put away.
  • If the power of this charm were unchecked, it would re-absorb the masculine idea into the feminine, so earnestly is it desired by men. The Psychology of the Suffragette
  • Consumers' faith in the stuff they buy appears to be ebbing, say researchers, in these days of unchecked megamergers, electric company bailouts, and the virtual economy (which has proven to be literal).
  • As a consequence the recent decline in public spending on services, such as education, has gone virtually unchecked.
  • Of course, as Father Girardo noted in The Genocidal Democracy - a book which is sadly out of print - this is all according to Washington's plan to make Colombia a compliant country open to unchecked exploitation by U.S. companies with an endless well of hunger for Colombia's vast reserves of oil, coal, fruits, flowers and precious metals and gems, as well as for a desperate workforce willing to accept barely-subsistent wages. Dan Kovalik: Colombia's "Genocidal Democracy" May Have Claimed Over 150,000 Lives*
  • Patrick's final resting place wasn't quite as romantic as she'd envisioned it, but after a day in this town where entropy seemed to reign unchecked, she was unsurprised.
  • Indeed, one of the main reasons for its construction was to prevent Viking ships from sailing unchecked upriver.
  • Paul's an independent filmmaker whose unbridled ambition is rivaled only by his equally unchecked obsessive nature.
  • If left unchecked, free radicals cause nasty damage to the body's cell membranes and DNA.
  • Peaceful coexistence had been tried and had failed, allowing violence typified by the Carver to flourish unchecked. DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION
  • These carefully tended spaces stand in marked contrast to much of the city, whose population has rapidly expanded over the past two decades and which is experiencing unchecked sprawl.
  • The next blow came in the conflict's immediate aftermath, as looters ran unchecked through Baghdad.
  • Unchecked sexual adventurism — whether straight, gay or both — is never a safe or wise way to go.
  • Yet the environmental consequences of unchecked population growth will be devastating.
  • Other changes, if unchecked, could adversely affect all human and animal life on the planet.
  • It was determined by the fact that wooden ships were liable to two forms of rot, which, if left unchecked could destroy the fleet. The British way in Warfare - 1688-2000
  • His apparent instruction to passport control officers to wave through hordes of visitors unchecked was a grotesque dereliction of duty. The Sun
  • Or should I take my chances and leave them in the unchecked bag, since it might make it worse if he got wise to the switcheroo?
  • The principle of local control in an era of unchecked economic globalization is at risk.
  • Bin Laden's most obvious effect on America may be this: A generation has grown up with no memory of ever walking unchecked onto an airplane, or of greeting an air traveler at the gate.
  • Some eugenicists, analogizing from the germ theory of disease, argued that the United States faced an extreme risk of degeneracy due to the unchecked breeding of the physically, mentally, and morally unfit whose defective “germ plasm” threatened to undermine the health and welfare of future generations. Curry Reviews Two Books on Eugenics and Law
  • It's certainly a sign of unreasonable jealousy which will lead to misery if it is left unchecked. The Sun
  • There are also cash surprises linked to an unchecked lottery ticket. The Sun
  • If present trends go/continue unchecked there will be a major epidemic of heart disease in the next five years.
  • The MPs found that the body's recommendations were so varied and vague as to allow most activity to proceed unchecked. Times, Sunday Times
  • Second, he posited that the world today is ‘a unipolar world dominated by a single superpower unchecked by any rival and with decisive reach in every corner of the globe.’
  • But at the heart of it lies the arrogance of power unchecked. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sanjeev's speeding BMW is a symbol of gleaming, maleficent capital, unchecked by conscience or by the roadblocks of the state. Christopher Lydon: This "Year of India": Rana Dasgupta
  • If we don't stabilize Iraq, unchecked bloody civil war will break out and the butchery will be 100X worse than present levels Lefties blubber about so "heartfeltly". "The biggest question is how far can Democrats go in opposing this president?"
  • One day as I was driving to a two-day business meeting, I let my imagination wander unchecked.
  • When her petrified brain did make the connection, she realized that they would be hanging on a rusty nail in the shed located at the bottom of the overgrown garden, its door probably jammed shut by inches of high grass and an invasion of convolvulus, its musty interior inhabited by various large and unchecked spiders. The Home for Broken Hearts
  • Not only do people appear to adopt an online persona which simply does not sit with the real life person behind the username, but I have definitely noticed that for some of the trolls, the waves of vitriol and bile, if left unchecked, can metamorphose into an enormous tsunami of poisonous hatred and abuse beyond what can ever be acceptable either morally or legally. Ambi Sitham: Keyboard Warriors and Trolls: Post in haste, Repent at Your Leisure
  • The problem was most of them were incorrect, frequently sourced to unchecked defectors or suspect intelligence.
  • As highlighted in this column, the rapid expansion of the grey seal population continues unchecked.
  • The Bush Administration has loudly proclaimed that giving it unchecked authority to arrest and detain is the surest way to victory in the War on Terror. Balkinization
  • Editors, meanwhile, began routinely winking at copy containing unfounded speculation, rumor, and unchecked facts.
  • Do not let errors go unchecked. Times, Sunday Times
  • If present trends go/continue unchecked there will be a major epidemic of heart disease in the next five years.
  • Blackthorn blossom foams along the sides of shorn hedgerows but grows unchecked with willow catkins and flowering gorse bushes in neglected thickets which shelter the returned chiffchaff and blackcap. Country diary: St Dominic, Tamar Valley
  • According to Malthus' calculations, the unchecked world population would tend to double every 50 years.
  • It contained dire warnings about the impact on earth if global warming continues unchecked.
  • If a national bank was, as is undeniable, repudiated by the framers of the Constitution as incompatible with the rights of the States and the liberties of the people; if from the beginning it has been regarded by large portions of our citizens as coming in direct collision with that great and vital amendment of the Constitution which declares that all powers not conferred by that instrument on the General Government are reserved to the States and to the people; if it has been viewed by them as the first great step in the march of latitudinous construction, which unchecked would render that sacred instrument of as little value as an unwritten constitution, dependent, as it would alone be, for its meaning on the interested interpretation of a dominant party, and affording no security to the rights of the minority -- if such is undeniably the case, what rational grounds could have been conceived for anticipating aught but determined opposition to such an institution at the present day. State of the Union Address (1790-2001)
  • The disease will run on unchecked
  • But left unchecked, the beautiful game could turn ugly. Times, Sunday Times
  • The main issue is whether the days of unchecked liberal government are over at least through 2012. History and the House
  • The danger of creeping court secrecy is that it allows bad behaviour to go unchecked. Times, Sunday Times
  • Our poor run of form is not something we could allow to continue unchecked. The Sun
  • But at the heart of it lies the arrogance of power unchecked. Times, Sunday Times
  • Most of us spend a good part of our lives in clearing our minds of the notions that sprang up unchecked during our nonage. Eve and David
  • Nor does it mean you let rudeness go unchecked. Times, Sunday Times
  • We cannot allow such behaviour to continue unchecked.
  • But not if the tide goes unchecked. The Sun
  • No detail goes unchecked - field size, use of land, changes to use of land, products employed.
  • Consumer spending grew unchecked.
  • But the unchecked growth of this fastest growing city in Asia is robbing it of its green cover.
  • _RocknRoll wrote: Even with the "remember me" box left unchecked, you stay logged in until you physically "logout" via the logout button. phpBB.com
  • Economic caused in costs to this country of unshaped unchecked global warming will be grievous by mid-century unless we act now to mandate significant reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Although supremely skilled in swordplay, she suffers from unchecked overconfidence and a staunch refusal to ever give up. Clinton makes popular vote pitch in new ad
  • This is an epic story concerning the corrosive effect of wealth and unchecked ambition on the souls of the two men. Times, Sunday Times
  • If present trends go/continue unchecked there will be a major epidemic of heart disease in the next five years.
  • The hospitals on both sides were left with a ghastly heritage of pyaemia and other diseases, raging almost unchecked in their wards; but, in the two years after the war, two of the most famous professors in German Universities [48] had by antiseptic methods obtained such striking results among their patients that the superiority of the treatment was evident; and both of them generously gave full credit to Lister as their teacher. Victorian Worthies Sixteen Biographies
  • The onward march of inequality continues unchecked. Times, Sunday Times
  • In relation to Infliction and intelligence material generally Mr. McGrory said it was unreliable, unchecked and unsourced.
  • Conceding the absence of a rational framework a priori, the Scottish political economists and their utilitarian successors thus argue for the self-regulation of reason as a framework that will eventually and involuntarily be distilled from the unchecked pursuit of so many interests and motives. The Melancholic Gift: Freedom in Nineteenth-Century Philosophy and Fiction
  • She has widely been criticized for doing little to combat unchecked corruption.
  • But the Government is wary about spending its billions unchecked. Times, Sunday Times
  • Along with the similarly too-free-spirited two songs, such unchecked exorbitance damages the album's hard-won continuity.
  • YOu are so typical of teh Clinton Dems – “… of course, one of the reasons for the increasing poverty reate is that unchecked illegale…” blah blah blah the reason for increasing poverty – one of the reasons is that good ole Bill, bj loving bill sold out his constituency of poor folk – he helped to end welfare, but he did nothing to end poverty. Think Progress » Buchanan: ‘The Country I Grew Up In’ Was ‘89 or 90 Percent White. I Like That Country’
  • Something of a scatterbrain, his study was populated by stacks of unchecked papers and piles of worn books.
  • But this served only to stimulate the already keen energies of the Federal forces, who waded knee-deep through the clear Potomac, and trudged along over the 'sacred soil' with a willingness unchecked by the cold nor'wester that raged on that July morning. The Continental Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 3, March, 1862
  • How can humanity permit suffering in Africa to go unchecked?
  • With the deer population unchecked, overgrazing leads to fewer nesting sites for threatened birds such as the nightingale. Times, Sunday Times
  • As our older generation knows from experience, unchecked aggression against a small nation is a prelude to international disaster.
  • It would also protect against septicaemia in which bacteria multiply unchecked in the blood, possibly causing death without prompt treatment.
  • It is notorious that even a renowned piece of sculptured marble which produces in one person a kind of religious tranquility and philosophic contemplation, with a sense of the eternity of form and the transience of passion, may at the same instant excite in another beholder such shamefastness that he will cry out for fig leaves, or such unruly emotions as, unchecked, may disrupt society. Unprintable
  • If left unchecked, the fire could consume 24 million tonnes of coal in the next 100 years.
  • Something of a scatterbrain, his study was populated by stacks of unchecked papers and piles of worn books.
  • But I certainly do hope it signals the beginning of the end of unchecked white male power. Times, Sunday Times
  • Such unseemly conduct cannot exist without collaboration between an authoritarian power and an unchecked market.
  • After falling steadily to about 25 percent in the mid-1970s, the debt has climbed steadily and unchecked toward 50 percent.
  • The power conferred upon corporate managers by the business company was potentially unchecked and hence illegitimate within the framework of liberal democracy.
  • Blood tests showing a former Trowbridge footballer had a rare form of leukaemia went unchecked for a week by analysts and doctors at a London hospital.
  • Unlike the more politicized phobias, xenophobia and classism often go unchecked.
  • I unchecked everything except a few essentials and rebooted.
  • Unrestrained by the host's damaged immune system, the infecting fungus or oomycete is free to spread unchecked throughout the host's tissues. EurekAlert! - Breaking News

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