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  • adj. Not monitored; unwatched


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  • A government organization that goes unmonitored is dangerous, so weather its looking into their actions against suspected terrorists or thouroughly investigating where senators and congressmen recieve thier campaign donations from, these things are nessasary in order to keep those in authority just.

    Republican calls Holder decision 'bulls**t'

  • He called the unmonitored art switch "a disaster."

    NYT > Home Page

  • It is completely unacceptable for web servers to do this kind of unmonitored regulation and threatening.

    - Boing Boing

  • It ended in a fairly fragile – because unmonitored – cease-fire.

    Matthew Yglesias » Getting Closer to Nowhere

  • It argued that attaching the tiny tracking device to a car's undercarriage was too trivial a violation of property rights to matter, and that no one who drove in public streets could expect his movements to go unmonitored.

    Justices Rein In Police on GPS Trackers

  • Struggling to cope with the hundreds of migrants who are entering Greece every day through an inhospitable, unmonitored stretch of the country's border with Turkey near the town of Edirne, Athens appealed to Brussels for help at the weekend.

    Armed EU guards to patrol Greece-Turkey border

  • Brussels deploys new force in attempt to curb entry of hundreds of illegal migrants a day via large unmonitored area

    Armed EU guards to patrol Greece-Turkey border

  • Additionally, since Sheen has been so brazen in the media about his recent drug use, a judge would also likely order him into traditional rehab and to submit to periodic drug testing in order to have unmonitored visits with his children.

    Matt Semino: Charlie Sheen's Primetime Mea Culpa

  • Murdoch's own visits to No 10 were far more frequent than visits from any other newspaper proprietor, as were his phone calls to Blair, usually unmonitored.

    Barbed wire and Downing Street parties: my double vision of Rupert Murdoch

  • The college students were left in charge of the factory and they clocked out at 3: 15 p.m. leaving the factory unmonitored.

    Archive 2009-02-01


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