unbracketed

unbracketed

(ʌnˈbrækɪtɪd)
adj
not bracketed; not enclosed by brackets; not connected together by brackets
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the 'gift'"; cited in Eleanor Munro, Originals: American Women Artists (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1979), 210-11 (unbracketed ellipses as in original).
Belief Unbracketed: A Case for the Religion Scholar to Reveal More of Where He or She is Coming From.
The unbracketed sentence term is the average sentence imposed by the control group in Study 1 and given to the control group in Study 4A and the second experimental group in Study 4B.
"unbracketed" (i.e., does not contain proposed alternative
Though bearing superficial visceral resemblance with this in the use of the similarly expressed four identifiers, our logical strand is more of ontological "unbracketed" (i.e., non-Husserlian) dialectical nature, and not of mere process-based empiricism, existentialism, and phenomenology (i.e., non-Heideggerian).
And while it says governments shall not be required to proffer information beyond that allowed by their national laws, there is a clear largely unbracketed commitment that its competent authorities should be able to provide other signatory 'competent authorities...
Roman is subdivided into Old Style and Fat Face; Antique is subdivided into Egyptian (unbracketed), Clarendon (bracketed) and Tuscan (semi-ornamented); Gothic is subdivided into Lineal (uniform), Modulated (non-uniform) and Tuscan (semi-ornamented).
historian Stephen Prothero calls "belief unbracketed," in that
I do not use brackets either, as this can be easily handled in the cash flow statement as unbracketed inflows or bracketed outflows.
Their 1994 single I Never Want An Easy Life If Me And He Were Ever To Get There is the longest unbracketed title on a single in the Top 40.
The PC terminals can be specified in straight PC, bracketed and unbracketed models and right angle and vertical mount options.