unabetted

unabetted

(ˌʌnəˈbɛtɪd)
adj
without assistance or encouragement
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Bonnie Glaser, a China expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, says the unabetted stockpile of military assets in the occupied islands-believed to have significant oil and natural gas deposits-allows China to 'influence its weaker neighbors in peacetime.'
The role of religion, therefore, is that "of expanding the moral imagination, carrying it to a place it does not go unabetted. This expansion is religion at its best." (13)
Judges, however, are neither alone nor unabetted in their penchant for "factorology." Too often, their rulings merely reflect the way lawyers have argued the expert admissibility issue.