ungated

ungated

(ʌnˈɡeɪtɪd)
adj
(Architecture) without a gate
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Priyanka and Nick's house has five bedrooms, four bathrooms, an ungated pool overlooking the hills which according to The TMZ report was purchased by Nick a few months before he proposed to Priyanka in July, quoted Hindustan Times.
Judge Peter Heywood said the toddler could easily have fallen from the window and suffered serious injury - or even made his way from the ungated garden onto the road and been hit by passing traffic.
Inugo uses advanced geo-fencing technology that creates a virtual boundary for ABM's ungated surface parking lots.
[The enclosure need not be continuous as it may have an ungated opening for entering and exiting.]
Usually, especially when recording with ungated detectors, for getting the actual spectral line intensities, the background should be subtracted.
In that letter, I voiced out the common problems of residents in ungated and unsecured communities located nearby or in-between a superhighway and informal settlement like ours.
Myocardial perfusion gated single-photon emission computed tomography in patients with left bundle branch block: comparison between the end-diastolic images and the ungated images.
The contribution of economic impact analysis is the provision of information about the structure and amount of attendees especially at ungated events without any sold tickets.
The two ungated portions source and drain are heavily doped semiconducting CNTs with Palladium (Pd) as metal contacts while the CNT channel is undoped.