Related to unlabored: respired


1. Done with or requiring little effort; effortless.
2. Not tilled or cultivated.
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In fact, the one serious moment that actually felt genuine belonged to Gee-gee (thanks, again, to Penaflorida's unlabored performance).
Respiratory: Respirations even and unlabored with breath sounds clear bilaterally.
'The land of Cuccagna, where one is paid for sleeping and imprisoned for working, and where one enjoys the free, unlabored bounty of the earth' (60) is a revered, chimerical vision of a bountiful paradise--a transnational trope, Henke argues, that kept reappearing in comedic routines, in extreme dramatic situations, as well as in serious treatises.
It is the doing that generates the creative excitement and unexpected outcomes that seem fresh and unlabored, not a predetermined composition or predictable conceptual cliche.
On examination at presentation, the temperature was 100.8[degrees], pulse 117/minute and regular, blood pressure 127/78, respirations 18/minute and unlabored, and [O.sub.2] saturation was 99% breathing ambient air.
Respirations are even and unlabored. Heart sounds are regular rate and rhythm.
A study investigating unlabored primary cesarean deliveries at a single academic center from 2003 to 2010 found that total cesarean delivery time increased by 16 minutes over the study period, although time to deliver the baby out was unchanged.
In Roscoe's words, he took the "rude and unlabored anecdotes" of Cento novella antiche and other sources, and upon them he exercised "his eloquent and inventive powers, which, for fanciful embellishment, ease and elegance of narration, and a pervading interest, have never been surpassed." Though a parade of source hunters had insisted that Boccaccio was a plagiarist, the influential historian of Italian literature Pierre-Louis Ginguenc definitively exonerated him.
The patient now has a patent inner cannula, unlabored respirations at 20 per minute, humidification, and a pulse oximetry reading of 99%.
Of Obama's Amendments least favored / He finds First, Fourth and Second ill-flavored / If you'd just shut your mouth / And disarm there, Deep South / He could kick in your door most unlabored.
We find that the labored vaginal group displays a 2.5-fold decrease in PLAC1 expression compared with the unlabored Caesarian section group (P = 0.07).
As Schriber suggests, the text "is deliberately and laboriously crafted to appear to be spontaneous, unlabored, and uncrafted" (107).