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not being under control

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In his uncontrolled zest for new sensations he finally tired of poetry, and in 1823 he accepted the invitation of the European committee in charge to become a leader of the Greek revolt against Turkish oppression.
Government being unable to collect the taxes, and failing to maintain its authority, the hand of violence and rapine would remain uncontrolled.
For my own part I openly declare that I am not convinced, and that I do not believe injustice to be more gainful than justice, even if uncontrolled and allowed to have free play.
The cries of the animal passed over the prairie in strange cadences, and then succeeded a deep and solemn silence, that was only broken by an uncontrolled fit of merriment from the more musical voice of Ellen Wade.
First, in uncontrolled moments, under the influence of sleepiness or drink or delirium, you will say things calculated to injure the faithless deceiver.
A child cannot quarrel with its elders, as I had done; cannot give its furious feelings uncontrolled play, as I had given mine, without experiencing afterwards the pang of remorse and the chill of reaction.
Gania's voice was full of the most uncontrolled and uncontrollable irritation.
He was not an ill-tempered man; his intellectual activity, the ardent kindness of his heart, as well as his strong frame, would always, under tolerably easy conditions, have kept him above the petty uncontrolled susceptibilities which make bad temper.
The convulsive, uncontrolled tone of the last words disclosed the precarious hold he had over himself.
The company said Jakafi (ruxolitinib) has received expanded approval for the treatment of uncontrolled polycythemia vera, a chronic bone marrow disease, in patients who have had an inadequate response to or cannot tolerate hydroxyurea, a medication often used to reduce the number of red blood cells and platelets in the blood.
The condition is deemed uncontrolled in approximately 35.
Our party believes in a system of work permits for shortfalls in areas of labour shortage and cannot accept uncontrolled immigration and in particular uncontrolled immigration from the EU.
1c], and the percentage of patients with controlled and uncontrolled diabetes.
The proposals for a large supermarket on Bridge Road is reinventing the wheel, there are many shoppers who recall Tesco and Hintons on the High Street, killed off by uncontrolled out of town supermarket saturation.
Permission Slips is not sanitized for one's emotional protection, like most novels about a ninth- grader lost in the chaos of high school are, and not intended expressly for young adults--which may be a moot point since far too many young people live in the world of meanness, uncontrolled sexuality, mindless conformity, and brutal demands to be cruel enough and dumb enough to fit in with the group.