unbagged

unbagged

(ʌnˈbæɡd)
adj
not bagged or put in a bag
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Tulliver, with a confused impression that it was a great occasion, like a funeral, unbagged the bell-rope tassels, and unpinned the curtains, adjusting them in proper folds, looking round and shaking her head sadly at the polished tops and legs of the tables, which sister Pullet herself could not accuse of insufficient brightness.
The operator told me managers had instructed them to tell people to throw raw waste unbagged into the brown bin.
SAFE HANDS Eagle is unbagged after being taken from his eyrie "The people killing them include some of those who run Scottish grouse and pheasant sporting estates.
Bagging of fruits with newspaper led to a decrease in thickness of the green halo of pulp by 70% when compared to unbagged fruits.
Unbagged yard waste collection is not included in this request.
Mass loss of wood differed between bagged and unbagged treatments according to the position of bags; those on the soil surface, at depths >70 cm and on the top of the slope were most different (Berhe 2013).
Individual bagged items, unbagged waste or waste not left at the kerbside is described as "misrepresented waste".
And fewer householders are putting their recycling in carrier bags, instead opting to bin it loose and unbagged - which makes life easier and safer at the sorting plant.
What we are finding now is that less people are putting their recycling in carrier bags or throwing them away and there is now more loose unbagged recyclables instead, making it easier and safer for us to sort.
Our 5 patienthave port site wound infections at epigastric port 3 IN ELC and 2 in LLC group after one week postoperatively which is due to unbagged retrieval of infected gallbladder.
The maturity of the fruit remained at par in bagged and unbagged fruits except newspaper bags where it was delayed significantly.
The warrantings came in a mix of full-plate cathode, briquettes, bagged and unbagged, and 50mm cut cathode.