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The era of untrammeled consumerism is over, and those capable of the leanest profit margins and the cleanest processes will best survive.
This came in the context of the Crown Prince untrammeled support of the Saudi scouts.
If political parties want to vie for the public's backing based on programs to foster the independence and sovereignty of Lebanon, then this would be the battle that the nation's largely untrammeled political freedoms have long sought to foster.
The untrammeled power of government to throw people into prison without a trial by jury was a key grievance the Founding Fathers cited in their reason for separating from Britain, charging the British with "depriving us in many cases, of the benefit of trial by jury" in the Declaration of Independence.
Arab News <p>In happier times, yesterday's opening of the more or less 2,600-foot tall Burj Khalifa, far and away the world's tallest building, would have been an occasion for untrammeled pride and celebration, not only in Dubai itself but throughout the Gulf region.
Wilderness, as defined by the Wilderness Act of 1964, is "an area where the earth and its community of life are untrammeled by man, where man himself is a visitor who does not remain.
The break with the essentialist bias was with the Nominalists who, with their commitment to the untrammeled freedom of God, pushed a volunteerism that Neoplatonic thinking inherent in Thomism could not accommodate.
Nothing, except its own dangerously grandiose notion of untrammeled executive power, prevents the administration from asking Congress to write clear rules granting and outlining that authority.
Main attraction is the legendary post-punk trio Blurt, featuring the untrammeled genius of Ted Milton, a sax-swinging hobo who punches well above his weight.
An untrammeled man, he worked with constancy and diligence, following his intuition in the act of creation.
On the last expanse of untrammeled Midwestern grassland, Jones examines the interrelations of aquifers with prairie chickens and deerflies, of wild berries and nuts in the native American diet.