untrapped

untrapped

(ʌnˈtræpt)
adj
1. not trapped or snared
2. archaic not furnished with a trap or traps
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Seasonal habitat selection by marten in an untrapped forest preserve.
An extension of this method to three-dimensional convective cloud turbulent motions also finds trapping: it manifests a very inhomogeneous turbulent diffusion that is associated with the untrapped fluid particles, whereas diffusion is very small for the trapped particles.
One study in Canada found nest success was just 3 percent on untrapped areas compared to 31.
Fisher, Martes pennanti, home range characteristics in a high density untrapped population in southern QuObec.
This was ten thousand times more difficult than creating untrapped antihydrogen atoms," Hangst, the CERN spokesman, said.
Comparison of trapped and untrapped beaver populations in New Brunswick.
The dispersion fluid of microencapsulation was assayed for untrapped lectin in Korean mistletoe extract (0.
Our hypothesis for the unusually large number and long lifetime for these marginally trapped neutrons is material bottling of these essentially untrapped UCN within the solid walls of the trap cell.
9 can be easily explained: disentanglement is fully operative in PE, totally inhibited in PEX84, and partially inhibited in PEX67 because, in this latter sample, there is an appreciable quantity of dangling chains participating to untrapped entanglements and thus contributing to the sample toughness at high test speeds.
Nordstrom W (1972) Comparison of trapped and untrapped beaver population in New Brunswick.
As importantly, we are making it our mission to help marketers of couture fashion, apparel and consumer electronics retailers, the hospitality industry, and other high-end consumer goods to recognize the untrapped potential of the upscale African American consumer market and to invest more in their efforts to effectively serve that market.
Untrapped CE was removed from the liposome suspension by passage over a Sephadex G-50 column.