unvoluntary


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Synonyms for unvoluntary

not subject to the control of the will

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In Der moderne Denkmalkultus [the Modern Cult of the Monument], published in 1903 when preservation policies were being established in the late Habsburg Empire, the Viennese art historian Alois Riegl assigns a wide range of meaning to the monuments, voluntary or unvoluntary (gewollt or ungewollt).
the Mexica knew that all humans, unequal as they might be in human arrangements, participated in the same desperate plight: ah unvoluntary debt to the earth deities, contracted through the ingestion of the (p.
Although the response rate is relatively low, we consider it acceptable given the sensitive nature of the questionnaire and the fact that an unknown percentage of our mailings went to managers who, due to voluntary or unvoluntary reasons left their firm after the merger.