unrestrictedly


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unrestrictedly

(ˌʌnrɪˈstrɪktɪdlɪ)
adv
in an unrestricted manner
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There is a restlessness between the public's concern in unrestrictedly assessing the unpredictability of self-driving cars and the value automobile manufacturers obtain from regulating the communication of data.
Here a parking lot street with barrier control can be provided to the teachers for the elementary and middle school unrestrictedly. In the expansion, The access between new and old buildings should be made directly as a closed intermediate structure.
The platformization feature of the international platform economy involves that dealings are facilitated via specialist websites rather than through peer-to-peer interactions developing unrestrictedly online, furthering a decrease in transaction costs.
But the military high command has so far maintained its public backing for Maduro, which is seen as key to keeping him in power."We reiterate unrestrictedly our obedience, subordination and loyalty [to Maduro]", Padrino said.
Animal feed and water were supplied unrestrictedly according to the composition indicated by the NRC (2007).
Robust international governance arrangements compatible with WMO obligations to share data unrestrictedly across countries for public benefit are urgently needed to establish the regulatory and legal frameworks necessary to address data collection and exchange issues associated with any attempts to commercialize the large-scale collection of meteorological data.
The measure largely seeks to empower the police which will limit the prosecution in exercising its authority and discretion to unrestrictedly intervene in investigations.
Hajiyev noted impossibility to perceive such information serious when elections were unrestrictedly monitored by more than 60,000 domestic and international observers and 1,000 web cameras in an online regime.
According to the report, Taiwan is a high performer in democratic politics and liberal market policies and excels in guaranteeing political rights and civil liberties, with freedom of opinion and the press well established and exercised unrestrictedly.
I remember seeing the IOF allowing foreigners and tourists topass unrestrictedly...There was no business activity as a resultof the closures and the checkpoints that the IOF had set up atall entrances into the Old City and the Al-Aqsa compound.
At home, these same students practiced their bi-lingualism unrestrictedly, moving from room to room, participating in all kinds of activities.