In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(creativity/fantasies) sin límites(fantasies/creativity) sin restriccionesunfettered by the constraints of … — libre de las restricciones / trabas de …
- Papua solidarity groups typically rely on voluntary support to promote the cause of Papuan self-determination and are often unfettered by institutional affiliations.
- Even today only the rarest company can claim unfettered independence.
- Slesser numbered himself among the last generation to be unfettered by political correctness.
- The Department cannot have an unfettered discretion to operate it in whatever way it chooses.
- We have rejected the calls of a few extreme voices that wanted to see the Resource Management Act ripped apart for the sake of unfettered development.
- They were convinced that autonomy meant unfettered creativity.
- Now, for better or worse, the internet provides an unfettered outlet for twisted imaginations everywhere.
- He is a man in the know, whose voice is now unfettered.
- Be sure that news reporters and your attorneys have unfettered access to these training sessions, including preparatory meetings.
- The imposed settlement also gave the province's health boards the unfettered right to contract out the hospital workers' jobs.
- Public health policy should be based on a thorough and critical review of the scientific evidence by open minds unfettered by custom and dogma.
- The deployment of foreign inspectors at Rafah would have given Palestinians relatively unfettered access to the world for the first time in decades.
- Chenault expects to sacrifice some of his margins to grasp the opportunity presented by unfettered competition.
- Free and unfettered, the press can shut people out, ignore their views, or unfairly constrict debate.
- Martin Luther King Jr. was the major leader of the civil rights movement in the Untied States, not an unfettered Roman Catholic cleric.
- In accepting the resolution, Iraq accepted full and unfettered inspections.
- Merely opening up the floorplate and providing unfettered opportunities to communicate, however, actually placed too much focus on interaction.
- Guns, however, remain unfettered, which suggests that they benefit from, rather than protect against, the destruction of other liberties.
- The credit-card industry may get help from an unexpected quarter: Bank regulators are hinting that they won't allow the home equity binge to continue unfettered.
- I should have the right to litigate the matter of consent to adoption freely, unfettered in any way by the Family Court or its decisions.
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