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It continues unchecked and unstopped in full view of education bureaucracies and political elites in the saddle.
as well as guarantee the highest security measures for the transiting vessels so that the traffic remains smooth and unstopped," said a SCA statement last month.
The party said sniping operations and bombs tossing were as yet unstopped, "which confirms that the armed groups, known as front commanders, linked to the operations rooms of the Free Syrian Army and al-Nusra Front, do not wish to restore stability in Tripoli.
Fire Wise is a program designed to reduce fuels around homes so that a wildfire unstopped can't burn though the area and burn the house down
The bus kept circling a 31-kilometre stretch in South Delhi, its tinted windows concealing the savagery within as it rolled unstopped through a series of police checkpoints.
An analogy may be of some use here: Imagine a bathtub of water, with its drain unstopped, and the faucet turned on.
4] Unstopped, the cancer cells divide and t form a facial tumor.
The next year came the horrific Tokyo subway attack -- all but advertised in advance and still unstopped.
After a century marked by such violations--from the Armenian genocide and the Holocaust during World War II to the horrific reign of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, and from Slobodan Milosevic's "ethnic cleansing" campaign in Bosnia to the brutal Rwandan genocide--one lesson seemed clear: The timidity of the international community in allowing crimes against humanity to go unstopped or unpunished because of state sovereignty, was unforgivable.
The underwater spill remained unstopped and impossible to measure, raising fears that it could be pouring more oil into the Gulf than estimated.
Once more the word-final stop in "trust" represents a derived completion or ended-ness, continuing but secondary to its unstopped original form.
The driver's comments suggested the immediate reason in his mind that I was sitting in a preferred seat: my white face allowed his vehicle to pass unstopped through roadblocks.