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  • adj. Alternative spelling of unpixellated.


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  • Significantly, Callaghan already enjoys the protection of a similar injunction, preventing the publication of unpixelated photographs because Mr Justice Stephens held in 2009 he had a "residuum of privacy" because the hostility engendered by the tone of newspaper articles would have led to "disruption of his home, his private life and family connections".

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  • An ABC affiliate is being criticized for showing unpixelated boobies.

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  • I made this simple isogloss map to show at a glance how I would explain Proto-Steppe's development into the later proto-languages known and studied and it relates, as always, to the unpixelated view of the Wave Model of language change.

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  • [Link] The unpixelated photo is not suitable for work, home, or anywhere else.

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  • Fumbling Towards Geekdom: I'm back, and unpixelated

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  • Imagine turning your monitor screen or a portion of it into a lightbox and dragging images or their thumbnails from anywhere in the Archive onto it, and imagine being able to resize those images or any part of them by clicking till you have whatever sizes you want, with the details remaining clear and unpixelated.


  • The Independent, could not publish unpixelated photos of Kenneth Callaghan.

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  • In practice it seemed to take as long as 10 seconds for each photo to become clear and unpixelated.

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  • Seemingly embarrassed to be stooping to a slapdash mix of skits involving urine-soaked snowballs, soiled trousers and unpixelated private parts, Paramount kept the movie away from the censorious eyes of critics.

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  • "Uncensored, unpixelated clips from the M-rated The Guy Game and Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude were shown to a bored looking audience (including Senators Joe Lieberman and Herb Kohl) as part of a National Institure for Media and the Family briefing on its annual MediaWise Video Game Report Card."

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