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unregulated Sentence Examples

  • Breeding is unregulated and natural selection prevails.

  • But in five other directions also the frontiers were unregulated.

  • So long as vital frontier disputes were unregulated, the central Government in Belgrade held that elections could not be held, and governed for the first two years through a provisional Parliament, for which no one could claim a really representative character.

  • They lie entangled in a vast net of sea-weed; are the resort of innumerable birds, and used to be largely frequented by seals and sea-otters, which, however, have been almost completely driven away by unregulated hunting.

  • Hobbes had said " the natural state of man is non-moral, unregulated; moral rules are means to the end of peace, which is a means to the end of self-preservation."

  • Thus the notion of natural unregulated egoism turns out to be a psychological chimera.

  • If you have been looking for norton personal firewall 2002 4.0 then you are doing so in an unregulated marketplace.

  • Unregulated Hazards: 'Naked' and 'free' nucleic acids, ISIS and TWN Report (www.i-sis.org.uk) Patience, C. (1999 ).

  • I have now left the industry thankfully and work in a virtually unregulated environment, in an almost paperless office.

  • Currently it is a seedy, dirty, unregulated underworld controlled by pimps.

  • riverine sediments (ERS) represent important river margin habitats that are associated typically with highly dynamic rivers with unregulated flow regimes.

  • During an epileptic seizure, the normally well-ordered electrical activity in the brain is suddenly disturbed by chaotic and unregulated electrical discharges.

  • Once unregulated, it was used for everything from smoothing wrinkles to giving breasts to transsexuals.

  • Breeding is unregulated and natural selection prevails.

  • Unregulated enthusiasm might of itself have achieved little or nothing; enthusiasm caught and guided by the astute Norman, and the no less astute Venetian or Genoese, could not but achieve tangible results.

  • But in five other directions also the frontiers were unregulated.

  • So long as vital frontier disputes were unregulated, the central Government in Belgrade held that elections could not be held, and governed for the first two years through a provisional Parliament, for which no one could claim a really representative character.

  • They lie entangled in a vast net of sea-weed; are the resort of innumerable birds, and used to be largely frequented by seals and sea-otters, which, however, have been almost completely driven away by unregulated hunting.

  • Hobbes had said " the natural state of man is non-moral, unregulated; moral rules are means to the end of peace, which is a means to the end of self-preservation."

  • Thus the notion of natural unregulated egoism turns out to be a psychological chimera.

  • Exposed riverine sediments (ERS) represent important river margin habitats that are associated typically with highly dynamic rivers with unregulated flow regimes.

  • During an epileptic seizure, the normally well-ordered electrical activity in the brain is suddenly disturbed by chaotic and unregulated electrical discharges.

  • Once unregulated, it was used for everything from smoothing wrinkles to giving breasts to transsexuals.

  • The highest margins are typically enjoyed by companies that are unregulated monopolies, or nearly so.

  • A modern example of how unregulated industry creates pollution can be seen in the industrialization of China, that's moved into the number one slot as the world's most polluting country.

  • The potency of the pills is largely unregulated so you may not be getting the full benefit of the acai.

  • Although herbal remedies can provide effective treatment options for pain, their uses are largely unregulated.

  • In the United States, the herbal products market is still wide open, with herbal production largely unregulated and many supplements mixing herbs, food extracts, vitamins and minerals into remedy-like potions.

  • Organic skin care products are difficult to find in this widely unregulated industry.

  • This is very impressive considering that the skin care industry is generally unregulated, allowing manufacturers to use all kinds of nasty ingredients without consumers' knowledge.

  • The negative are that these are unlicensed and unregulated food businesses.

  • Unfortunately, sunglass standards and labeling are voluntary and unregulated, so look for replicas that have the style you like and also provide information about their UV protection and materials.

  • Use of the term cuvée on wine labels is unregulated throughout the world, and implies no quality standards.

  • Body piercing and tattooing are unregulated in most parts of the United States, and illegal in some.

  • This implies that the majority of hair loss supplements and products are unregulated.

  • The difficulty with unregulated products is that it is hard to tell if the product's claims match up to the product's actual ingredients.

  • While the freestyle swimming technique actually refers to any unregulated swim stroke during the course of competition, many people use this term as a substitute for the front crawl since it's the most widely used freestyle stroke.

  • The health supplement industry, ie. the over-the-counter stuff you find in health food stores, gyms and grocery isles across the country, is almost entirely unregulated.

  • This is a trickier question, especially today when the supplement industry is largely unregulated.

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