peopleless

peopleless

(ˈpiːpəllɪs)
adj
(of any geographical region) without people; uninhabited
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Nasdaq is the bold, bright, neon glitz that lights up a corner of Times Square screaming, "Look at me!" It's pretty peopleless. Much of its operation unfurls in massive data centers located god-knows-where that process billions of data bits per second.
While San Francisco's longtime Public Defender Jeff Adachi says the program's results are somewhat skewed because it targeted a small number of peopleless than two dozen in most graduating classes--who "were seen as those most likely to succeed," the statistics are hard to argue with.
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That such precautions--surprising in an ideal state, but politically savvy--are necessary, is indicated by the fact that the prince, once called Barzanes (meaning, it seems, son of Zeus) is now Ademos: perhaps less "Peopleless," as proposed by the Cambridge editors, than "Nondemocrat" (A-demos).
Brockington (2002) calls this dynamic "fortress conservation" to capture how local residents are forcibly evicted and dislocated from their homes as states and global conservation organizations create peopleless parks.
Then in peopleless open places he sees "fires burning at their hearts." His inspiration mounts.
As someone born and raised in the Wirral who now lives in Liver-pool,I find the desire of many in the Wirral,for example, toes tab -lish an economic axis with Cheshire surprising when the raison d'etre for the borough's original prosperity and its emerging opportunity for financial growth is the city of 500,000 peopleless than a mile away.
Yet many of the 58 full-color photographs are peopleless; leaving just a beer-can light fixture or a littered tabletop to reveal the juke joints' essence.
Serail offers a complete complement of proven peopleless, trayless loading systems.
Professors have too long presented accounting, especially at the undergraduate level, as being a peopleless field.
Technologysavvy executives can set up peopleless, paperless insurance companies.