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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of unembed.
  • adjective Not embedded.

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Examples

  • And BP personnel, accompanied by the Coast Guard, threatened "unembedded" journalists who were trying to see for themselves how much damage is being done to the Gulf

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  • Dahr Jamail is an activist and independent award-winning journalist who reported "unembedded" from Iraq for eight months from 2003 - 2005.

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  • Dahr Jamail is an activist and independent award-winning journalist who reported "unembedded" from Iraq for eight months from 2003 - 2005.

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  • In his address to the Event, Michel Chossudovsky also underscored the assassination of independent ( "unembedded") journalists and reporters in the Middle East war theater.

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  • Western mass media largely ignored the reality of what was happening on the ground, which was reported only by al-Jazeerah and a few "unembedded" journalists.

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  • Cognition and emotion, thinking and feeling, interpreting and relating -- these are separable only in pathology, as can be seen in the case of Descartes himself, the profoundly isolated man who created a doctrine of the isolated mind, of disembodied, unembedded, decontextualized cogito.

    Robert D. Stolorow: What Is Character and How Does it Change?

  • Cognition and emotion, thinking and feeling, interpreting and relating -- these are separable only in pathology, as can be seen in the case of Descartes himself, the profoundly isolated man who created a doctrine of the isolated mind, of disembodied, unembedded, decontextualized cogito.

    Robert D. Stolorow: What Is Character and How Does it Change?

  • Cognition and emotion, thinking and feeling, interpreting and relating -- these are separable only in pathology, as can be seen in the case of Descartes himself, the profoundly isolated man who created a doctrine of the isolated mind, of disembodied, unembedded, decontextualized cogito.

    Robert D. Stolorow: What Is Character and How Does it Change?

  • Recently, in the face of some good on-the-spot journalism by an unembedded British reporter, this cover-up story ingloriously disintegrated, while U.S. military spokespeople retreated step by step in a series of partial admissions of error, leading to an in-person apology, including the sacrifice of a sheep and $30,000 in compensation payments.

    Gods and Monsters: Fighting American Wars From on High

  • We will be unembedded and not traveling with any other journalists.

    'No filter': Cartoonists MATT BORS & TED RALL depart for Afghanistan eager to tell 'the people's story'

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