unchannelled

unchannelled

(ʌnˈtʃænəld) or

unchanneled

adj
1. not conveyed or routed along a channel
2. (Physical Geography) not possessing channels
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(2013) definiram seis Unidades HGM primarias para as AUs sulafricanas: AUs de planicies alagadas (Wetland flats); AUs de planicies de inundacao (Floodplain wetlands); AUs de fundos de vale sem curso d'agua (Unchannelled valley-bottom wetlands); AUs de fundos de vale com curso d'agua (Channelled valley-bottom wetlands); AUs de Surgencias (Seep); e AUs de Depressoes (Depressions).
Rita had never married, had lived at home with her father until his death, then set about remodelling her garden as her next project to displace all that unchannelled energy.
It is too early to make snap judgements but the midfield mix felt a bit off-colour without him in there and Cheick Tiote gave another performance of unchannelled energy.
Although the datasets used are several decades old, the data are still of value as the expansion of the gully network into previously unchannelled parts of the landscape occurred rapidly after the initial land disturbance and had largely stabilised by around the mid-20th Century (Eyles 1977; Prosser and Winchester 1996).
Later this week, you really do enter a new dawn, and you can convert all this unchannelled energy into something more tangible.
And he linked 'an epidemic of crime' to 'the desolation of communities by unchannelled market forces' (Gray, 1994, 9).
However, in broad, unchannelled or poorly drained flats the UPNESS index matched the soil landscape mapping much more closely and with more detail.
Gone are the days when the thinning of his pate might have been attributed to unchannelled stress, and it is hard to reconcile this thoughtful but entertaining individual with the character who is reputed to have made more enemies in his early days than the average taxman makes in a lifetime.
The founders of the game had the same problems and frustrations, the same unbridled and unchannelled energy.
As a symbolic treatment, this landscape displays the languor of unchannelled desires, the "strain of the earth's sweet being," the "limpid liquid within the young man, / The vex'd corrosion" that Whitman describes as "so pensive and so painful,/ The torment, the irritable tide that will not be at rest" ("Spontaneous," 11.
(121-122) The streets of Barcelona serve only to heighten Troppmann's unchannelled and ultimately, "useless" agitation; they lead, finally, to the beach under the stars, where the possible, indeed all possibles, are suspended in a vertiginous exaltation, and time seems to stand still.
Spike Milligan had broken the conventions of light entertainment with his Q programmes but his was an untamed, unchannelled talent.