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CBO notes that if the national debt continues to grow unchecked, large budget deficits over the next 30 years would drive federal debt held by the public to unprecedented levels and eclipse the current record set in 1946 after World War II.
Left unchecked, populism demands total control, free from the encumbrances of political order and ultimately fundamental human rights.
The self-employed builder loves buying tickets but has the habit of stashing them in his van unchecked.
Khairuddin said illegal and unchecked river sand mining activities damages the river basin and the environment.
Another citizen Qasim Ali who lives adjacent to the market, said the practice of decanting was continued unchecked in the market and nobody was ready to take notice.
So the issue now resides inside Afghanistan with the threat still unchecked."
Summary: Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Feb 24 (ANI): The Lucknow division bench of Allahabad High Court has pulled up Uttar Pradesh Prinicipal Secretary (Home) Arvind Kumar for the unchecked noise pollution from loudspeakers at religious and public places.
'The wanton environment degradation through unchecked logging is a crisis that Parliament is seized of and is determined to address,' Mbiuki said.
In the 24 hours following The Texas Tribune's story on sexual harassment going unchecked at the state Capitol, lawmakers in both chambers have called for a review of those policies.
The TUC warned that the figures showed that discrimination and unfair sackings were being allowed to flourish "unchecked".
Research suggests that climate change and emissions left unchecked could contribute to rising seas that threaten locations where half the US population resides
Mr Carney said that if unchecked markets were "prone to instability, excess and abuse" adding that poor infrastructure had lit "a powder keg in UK markets triggering the worst recession in our lifetime".