unconstricted


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not constricted physically or by extension psychologically

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In order to access one's intuition, the constricted rational mental realm must give way to the unconstricted realm of un-knowing.
Talk of Latin America, of course, leads inevitably to mention of his most famous protegee, the incomparable Margarita Pracatan, the cult Cuban singer who he used to introduce on his television show as the ``eager beaver diva with the unconstricted boa''.
InterSense's motion-tracking technology measures the 3D motion of a person's head, hands, and body while allowing unconstricted movement through a virtual world.
However, the previous studies were limited to Newtonian fluids in an unconstricted, uniform wall-thickness, channel.
First, we present the results for the straight unconstricted tubes with a specified temperature distribution at the outer wall [[Theta].
Just as George Clinton promises "a chance to dance your way out of your constrictions" in "one nation under the groove," the film and the film's soundtrack offers desire as a thoroughly free-floating, highly individual and amazingly unconstructed and unconstricted site of resistance to rigid boundaries of the self and the Other.
The tension between Teresa's conflicting identities and her desire to establish a liberated self that is unconstricted by ideological constructs, including the notion of binary oppositions, is the force that drives the novel.
The InterSense tracker measures the 3D motion of a person's head, hands, and body while allowing unconstricted movement through a virtual world.