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- adj. not restricted or confined
- adj. having no security classification
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not restricted; not limited or confined.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. free of restrictions on conduct
- adj. not subject to or subjected to restriction
- adj. not restricted or modified in meaning
- adj. never having had security classification
- adj. accessible to all
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The notion of unrestricted identity (in the sense of ˜unrestricted™ explained in
The SEC also alleged Mr. Hicks raised $80 million from 2004 to 2007 by falsely claiming the majority of investor money would be placed in unrestricted, free-trading shares or cash.
The companies say the combined airline will have revenue of about $29 billion and $7.4 billion in unrestricted cash.
Simply allowing Universities to compensate players unrestricted is not feasible.
When we suddenly realize that all these non-war actions may be the new factors constituting future warfare, we have to come up with a new name for this new form of war: Warfare which transcends all boundaries and limits, in short: unrestricted warfare.
The airline, which had $3.8 million in unrestricted cash when it filed for bankruptcy this month, said its cash holdings were down to $900,000 yesterday.
In the fall, Amazon opened a download store selling music in unrestricted MP3 format from EMI, Universal and a bunch of independent labels.
"He's probably a great example of just what we're looking for in unrestricted free agency," general manager Floyd Reese said.
Dump and chase: With Felix Potvin unrestricted and Jamie Storr restricted, don't surprised if the Los Angeles Kings move in an entirely different direction in net.
He shall act by the power of Satan, who shall then be permitted to work through him in unrestricted license, such as he has not now (Re 13: 2); hence the ten kingdoms shall give the beast their power (2Th 2: 9-12; Re 17: 13). prosper and practise -- prosper in all that he attempts (Da 8: 12). holy people -- His persecutions are especially directed against the Jews.