unmonitored

unmonitored

(ʌnˈmɒnɪtəd)
adj
not monitored; unobserved
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I myself visited the beach and filmed what was going on, precisely because things had been left unmonitored."
On Sunday crews from Philips Park and Gorton attended at Ribble Walk in Droylsden at 9.23pm where another unmonitored tumble dryer set alight.
Speakers said that up to 60% of Karachi's water distribution was unmonitored and uncontrolled.
The latest offering in the patented ARIA SDS portfolio solves the inability to monitor all network traffic, in some cases up to 80% unmonitored, leading to a sizable blind spot in network activity.
The largely unmonitored industrial activity and the unbridled vehicular traffic on the roads are also factors that lead to this annual affair that has been infamously called the 'fifth season' in Pakistan's second largest city, which has often been mocked for enjoying a privileged status during the long reign of the PML-N in Punjab.
Strict new government regulations concerning sites where infected animals are found have scared small-scale farmers into dumping carcasses in unmonitored areas, such as riversides, the report says.
Dubai's Al Ameen Service's session for school principals, reiterating to them the dangers of children's unmonitored engagement with the online world is one of the many continual efforts by the government to combat the problem.
In two separate incidents, eight children lost their lives due to unmonitored heating appliances in their homes.
"There is need to create a rice supply and price monitoring committee to ensure stability in the price of rice and avoid the negative effects caused by uncontrolled and unmonitored price increase of rice in the city," Mayor Duterte said.
"As a result, they were more likely to have a non-shockable initial heart rhythm of pulseless electrical activity and to have experienced their heart stoppage in an unmonitored hospital unit," said Chen.
Tabs were kept on the mob by University of Manchester zoologist Derek Yalden but since his death in 2013 the population has gone unmonitored. As wallabies tend to follow watercourses, the spot between the rivers Leam and Itchen, by Eathorpe, would provide their ideal environment.