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(ˌnɒn rɪˈstreɪnt)

absence or lack of restraint.
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Additionally, other more dangerous forms of self-injury may be progressively shaped by staff under the condition of nonrestraint of self-injury (e.g., hitting self with an object).
Statistical comparisons (via t-tests) were then made between the nonrestraint control and restraint packages for each warp type directly from the kiln.