untame

untame

(ʌnˈteɪm)
adj
not tame; wild
vb (tr)
archaic to undo the taming of; to render (that which is tame or has been tamed) wild or untame
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To unshackle the dance floor, juke joy into flame, watch the room sway like a paramour, sing blood untame; rattle the dance floor to its barest form.
The six squares that make up the EOWL cube are shown below: PRESTO RUSHES ESCORT SHOVEL TERETE OSTLER RUSHES UNTAME STALER HALITE EMETIN SERENE ESCORT STALER CAGILY OLIVES RELENT TRYSTS SHOVEL HALITE OLIVES VIVERS ETERNE LESSEE TERETE EMETIN RELENT ETERNE TINNER ENTERA OSTLER SERENE TRYSTS LESSEE ENTERA RESEAL * * This word can also be RESET or RESEAU References:
Now, I want to make love to you here: the library, section "O." Where I used to find the place for my name, I imagine us, the books stacked above us in rows, my back warming the linoleum, "O"-named authors chirping, like birds, to our song - alphabetical, untame.
We mustn't build any more large hydroelectricity generators, dedicated biomass is out of the question as there is insufficient land, wave power is untame able and tidal flow technology not yet developed.
According to a report by Fox News, researchers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory said that the program behind the cybots - Ubiquitous Transient Autonomous Mission Entities (UNTAME) - will be very different from current cybersecurity systems.
Trien likened the UNTAME framework to the Borg, a fictitious race of cybernetic organisms in "Star Trek: The Next Generation" that assimilated other cultures throughout the galaxy.
"The difference between an agent-based system and UNTAME is that the cybots are designed to function on their own and they can regenerate," he said.
UNTAME's new levels of speed and automation will likely prevent hackers from targeting one area of an network while using a diversion at another location.