unprotested

unprotested

(ˌʌnprəˈtɛstɪd)
adj
not protested or argued against
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As Greg Austin summarizes it, "[international customary law recognizes acquisition of title to territory belonging to no-one (terra nullius) through discovery, but this title remains inchoate and must be converted to a more complete title through continued, peaceful and unprotested exercise of sovereignty.
Unlike Juico, his departure has gone unnoticed and unprotested.
If most Civil War-related images remained unprotested at the
The unprotested orbits of the first Sputnik established the fight of spacecraft to unimpeded orbits over any country.
11 have died in vain if these views prevail or are allowed to stand unprotested.
It is rapidly becoming a question of giving abortion free and unprotested operation within Canadian society.