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unconstricted

(ˌʌnkənˈstrɪktɪd)
adj
(Medicine) (of arteries) clear
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Adj.1.unconstricted - not constricted physically or by extension psychologicallyunconstricted - not constricted physically or by extension psychologically; "healthy unconstricted arteries"
constricted - drawn together or squeezed physically or by extension psychologically; "a constricted blood vessel"; "a constricted view of life"
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We watch many TV shows because we enjoy them, but 'Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners' offers up a different reason for being viewed: It features horrendously filthy and ugly rooms full of hoarded gunk-which the compulsive cleaners are brought in to sift through and throw out, so the hoarders can lead normal, unconstricted lives again.
sivalensis, from the Middle Siwaliks, in having unconstricted protocone, crochet moderately developed, no crista, postfossette retained on all teeth, median valley open on all the premolars and molars, premolars slightly shorter than molars, and with a concave external face.
N: number of sherds with pumice inclusions from each archaelogical site; %: percentage; NFA: number of sherds with pumice inclusions of unconstricted form; NFC: number of sherds with pumice inclusions of constricted form; NFI: number of sherds with pumice inclusions of indeterminate shape.
If we inhale in an unconstricted way, we exhale without constriction.
Therefore, both constricted and unconstricted pedicle measurements were taken for these individuals in order to quantify this morphological trait.
These varied literary approaches to death's elusiveness, inevitability and permanence remain unconstricted by the time period of their creation and, thus, oppose as much as inform each other.
likelihood of recurrence "counsel[ed] unconstricted review."
The rise of a High tone on unconstricted vowels before glottalic consonants (d, f, h) has an imperfect parallel in North Slavic *vR > *(v)Rv > *(v)Rv, e.g.
[20] observed both constricted and unconstricted bundles of filaments within the BBs, measuring 20-25 nm in width.
For one thing, we are the last wild species on this planet--by which I mean the last species that breeds without control or limit, unconstricted by management goals or shrinking habitats.
Her flight there will be unconstricted. Part of Cloud's creation myth, its winter's tale eternally retold, she will bring about its quiet Ragnarok.
"You'll see Graham moves combined with steps with a more relaxed feel." Presenters say that modern/contemporary has a potential for expressiveness that they suspect appeals to students, and the unconstricted quality of the movement allows for a degree of choreographic creativity.