“This is a store of water underground that can be "unconfined", that is rain can fall on us here and into the ground directly to the underground store.”
“Another introduction in the same poem is given up to a justification of the author's "unconfined" style, on the score of his love for the wild songs of his own country and the freedom of his early training. [”
“The 1960s activist whom the FBI once tagged "a raving, unconfined nut," told me recently that "insanity is evolving along with everything else.”
“How does being unconfined by gender norms impact how you see and experience beauty?”
“But, since the Berlin wall came down, the city has exerted a magnetic pull on British artists, especially those whose work is unconfined by language though rising film star Sam Riley, who stars in the recent film adaptation of Brighton Rock, is a Berlin resident.”
“The Senate there instead of being elected for a term of six years, and of being unconfined to particular families or fortunes, is an hereditary assembly of opulent nobles.”
“The phrase "joy unconfined" might never be automatically associated with Andy Murray but on the day Rafael Nadal fell to earth, the Scot's spirits clearly soared as he made safe his place at the World Tour Finals in London next month.”
“Latino is present in the unconfined energy and beat of "Latin" music, as it breaks out of windows and store fronts to induce the rhythmic swaying of hips and intricate dance steps.”
“The celebrations of that squad – which also included Juan Román Riquelme, Javier Mascherano and Sergio Agüero, coached by Sergio Batista – were unconfined.”
“But if we're our consciousness, the sense of experience, then we can't die for the simple reason that consciousness is expressed in manifold fashion and is ultimately unconfined.”
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