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  • adj. Not endangered.


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un- +‎ endangered


  • Good eating on a squirrel, I have to say (if you can make it to mainland Europe, where there are unendangered reds, they taste even better).

    Goes well with government cheese.

  • In 2004, Canada's environmental officials declared the Southern Residents both distinct and endangered, but U.S. officials insisted on treating the two pods as a single, genetically similar and unendangered group.

    Wired Top Stories

  • Also, I love duck eggs, quail eggs, and am willing to try any unendangered species bird egg on offer.

    Miscellaneous Carryings On

  • The roosters have inspired numerous souvenirs -- pens with rooster heads, wooden rooster statues, and T-shirts proclaiming the rooster the "official bird of Kauai" or an "official unendangered species."

    Tourists Learn Who Rules the Roost

  • Two comments: 1 An unendangered fish which works well with this recipe is catfish fillets.

    Recipe of the Day: Red-Fried Fish - Bitten Blog -

  • No doubt Science tells the state that if a plant species is endangered, the state must prevent it from becoming unendangered by anyone except thestate.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Science vs. Politics?

  • One unencumbered and unendangered by corporate electronic machinations.

    A Simple Task ??

  • Chalk one up for the lazy slobs and their intact, unendangered nipples.

    Marathon-watching for lazy slobs - Anil Dash

  • Any junkie, freed from the circumstances that produce dirty needles and lead him not to eat, is unendangered by organic damage; whereas alcohol can be destructive to the brain, the liver, the heart, the gastro-intestinal tract, the pancreas, and the whole structure of the central nervous system.

    Buried Alive, The Biography of Janis Joplin

  • Thus nothing whatever is done to remedy or avert the existing evils: the districts not endangered unite as one man to resist any attempt to form a general system for the alleviation of misery or diminution of crime in those that are, and the preponderance of the unendangered districts in the legislature gives them the means of effectually doing so.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 56, No. 345, July, 1844


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