unpacified

unpacified

(ʌnˈpæsɪˌfaɪd)
adj
not pacified; not mollified
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Is it spiritually realistic to aspire to encounter nature untamed, unpacified, and unromanticized, with all its ambiguities and its death-driven violence, as a gift from the giver of every good and perfect gift, as a tabernacle of the most high, and thereby to be able to embrace nature spiritually, as a world charged with the glory of God, overflowing with blessings, beauty and goodness?
It is on the margins, in the unpacified, mostly mountainous regions that have been called "shatter zones," areas where the "human shards of state formation and rivalry accumulated willy-nilly, creating regions of bewildering ethnic and linguistic complexity," that the empire really shows itself at work.
The majority of the 1.7 million favela dwellers in Rio still live in unpacified areas.
Rane, who had a 90- minute meeting with CM Prithviraj Chavan and state Congress chief Manikrao Thakare, remained unpacified and insisted on acceptance of his resignation.
Those from areas deemed unpacified and without extensive contact with the 'White man' were treated as less culpable than those from areas nearer settlements or stations and with longer history of contact.
Conquest meant removing the unpacified population from the highlands, where it had so effectively resisted Russian control.
In a brilliant maneuver that in itself reflects the pattern of Hawthorne's thought, Gilmore, after pursuing his thesis at length, suddenly double-backs on his argument to point out its lacunae: "Hawthorne's politics of pacification always contain an unpacified dimension," the irreducible elements of verbal agency.
DVD extras: Director commentary, On Set With Mr Diesel: Action Hero/Nice Guy featurette, Brad Garrett: Unpacified featurette, deleted scenes, blooper reel.
unpacified exterior that requires the mobilization of military forces.
In Sumatra, unpacified uplands (hulu) were among these liminal spaces, as in the Gangsal area of Indragiri in 1905, where several policemen were murdered by roving bands from Jambi.
The thought that adheres to it nevertheless reserves for itself the right to refuse to say why suffering should not be.(3) Adorno insists: "Dialectics need not fear the charge of being obsessed with the fixed idea of objective conflict in a thing already pacified; no single thing is at peace in the unpacified whole.