from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. That has not been separated.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not sequestered; unreserved; open; frank; free.
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More 13C and 14C is rained out of the upper surfaces of the ocean and the atmospheric isotopic C signal goes lighter, signalling an erroneous level of unsequestered fossil fuel emissions.
Michael Jackson's jury still deliberating, still unsequestered.
Even this week, with an unsequestered jury, they're showing tours of where Michael's jail cell will be where he will sleep.
But in response to the request by the defense attorney of David Westerfield, the judge says he is still going to keep that jury unsequestered.
He would be a rash man, in my judgment, who joined a syndicate to pay $500,000,000 in cash for the unsequestered remnant of Germany's overseas investments.
You left out the harmful effects of the unsequestered carbon.
Bremner goes on to criticize the character assassination the media have directed at Knox since the beginning of the trial, which she believes gives the defense an uphill battle in front of a jury that is unsequestered and thus exposed to the often explosive stories in the press.
More plans for unsequestered coal, without trapping and burying the carbon dioxide, will be the best we can expect.