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- adj. Not polluted; uncontaminated
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not polluted; not defiled; not corrupted; pure; unspotted.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. free from admixture with noxious elements; clean
Hummer has even asked environmental activists to name unpolluted places that might make good new hometowns.
But lots of the -- where he does this -- I couldn ` t off the top of my head recite to you the words that he uses, but many of them are words that we use in the English language now, like "unpolluted," let ` s say, in the -- for the first time in "Hamlet."
IASB proposal would leave core financials in banks 'annual reports "unpolluted" by regulatory calculations
This would leave the core financials separate and "unpolluted" by regulatory calculations.
Despite President Barack Obama's recent, high-profile frolick in the gulf - during which he made a point of eating seafood and swimming in the region's seemingly "unpolluted" waters - questions remain about the spill's impact on both the region and the country as a whole: Will cleanup workers and residents suffer the same health problems that devastated those living and working near the Exxon/Valdez spill two decades ago?
They enjoyed eating wildlife because they saw it as "unpolluted", "special" and with extra nourishing and health powers, according to a study commissioned by Traffic, the wildlife trade monitoring network.
■ The most important habitat requirement for Osprey is an ample supply of medium-sized fish near the surface of clear, unpolluted water.
But in the non-fictional culture of big time college sports, Tressel knows he can't have both -- a winning program and unpolluted honor code.
It is unrealistic to suppose constitutional reform could ever be motivated exclusively by an unpolluted pursuit of the ideal, but the country deserved better than this.
This will not surprise readers of his old columns in the Times who recall his admiration for the Restoration era and of those poets – Dryden and Pope – who saw "in the monarchy a source of benign, and necessary, authority, unpolluted by ambition and above the petty politicking of parliaments".
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