unobstructive

unobstructive

(ˌʌnəbˈstrʌktɪv)
adj
not causing or constituting an obstruction
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In the proposed learning design, the immediate and relevant variation of virtual images in the live videos under students' unobstructive control may form a mechanism scaffolding their collaborative exploration.
"It's a very unobstructive and safe way of collecting large amounts of data," Bogren says.
It will have a clear, unobstructive, distinct vantage point for viewing any objects in space.
The Corps also reached an agreement with a local utility company to plant unobstructive vegetation near overhead power lines to provide continued access to those areas.
overtures to China and its unobstructive response to push accommodation further.
The selection of a specific site is dependent upon several factors: compatibility with adjacent land uses, presence of suitable sites given zoning and permitting considerations, absence of topographic obstructions (since the PCS system requires unobstructive, "line of sight" from cell site to cell site), and a willing landlord.
Visually unobstructive, their tripod form is reassuring in its stability.
The ever-increasing tradeoffs between unobstructive entry and tight security have troubled security system designers since the first door was locked.