unruled

unruled

(ʌnˈruːld)
adj
not marked with straight parallel lines
Translations

unruled

[ˈʌnˈruːld] ADJ [paper] → sin rayar, sin pautar

unruled

adj paperunliniert

unruled

[ʌnˈruːld] adj (paper) → senza righe
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The Chinook enters the market unruled and spiral bound, a highly sought-after combination amongst creatives and marketers today.
In the book's eponymous first essay come its most famous lines: Brakhage urges the reader to "imagine an eye unruled by man-made laws of perspective" and asks, "How many colors are there in a field of grass to the crawling baby unaware of 'Green'?" Both language itself and Western pictorial conventions, he implies, rigidly police our perception.
Analyzing the behaviour and properties of the Green's matrix around and on the discontinuity points, we ran into fully unruled but interesting questions: Does the obtained Green's matrix restore the solution to the system if we ignore the discontinuity points?
(29) The rectangular-shaped Zodiac Man does not appear to be superimposed on any existing ruled outline, and has been enclosed on all four sides by unruled text in an early Tudor secretary hand (see Fig.
"The Unruled World: The Case for Good Enough Global Governance," Foreign Affairs 93, 1 (2014), 58-73.
"Shakespeare's Queen Margaret: Unruly or Unruled?" Henry VI: Critical Essays.
Stationery for his early experiments was sourced in Manhattan's Sixth Avenue, consisting in "certain quarto sheets of ruled paper," and he was "grateful in particular for the happy provision by which each fourth page of the folded sheet was left blank." The unruled page, discouraging the written word, lent itself to "illustration of what I had verbally presented"--a summation, then, of the "scene," an action replacing words with image which, more elaborately prepared than the accompanying pages of dialogue, "must have helped me to believe in the validity of my subject." The pages draw together both script and scenic representation, the hoped-for mise-en-scene.
Drezner, "'Good Enough' Global Governance and International Finance," Foreign Policy Blogs, 30 January 2013, http://drezner.foreignpolicy.com /posts/2013/0 l/30/good_enough_global_go vernance_and_international_finance; Stewart Patrick, "The Unruled World: The Case for Good Enough Global Governance," Foreign Affairs 93, no.
It is a troubling meditation that ranges across animal experimentation, ornithology, and Alzheimer's disease, and that records an insistent inner voice that struggles to bring all this hectic diversity under some sort of control, to impose some "meaning" that will hold still (for speaker and for reader alike) even as the poem's varying typefaces and sprawling lines struggle in turn to remain unruly, unruled.
945, dated 1891, shows, according to Virginia Woolf's notes, that "The total trade of Great Britain, exports & imports, nearly equalled in value that of all the other great powers put together, the figures being...." The figures were Great Britain 14,978,000 [pounds sterling], France 6,812,000 [pounds sterling], Austria & Germany 5,524,000 [pounds sterling], Russia 2,057,000 [pounds sterling] and Italy 1,113,000 [pounds sterling], making a total of 15,506,000 [pounds sterling], all duly copied out in Virginia Woolf's longhand on an unruled note card.
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