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unattached

(ŭn′ə-tăcht′)
adj.
Not joined, especially to surrounding tissue.
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SENIOR RESULT: 1 Geoff Turner (Barnesbury Cycling Club) 19 laps in 40 minutes; 2 Jason McCourt (Barnesbury CC); 3 Ian Rowell (unattached); 4 Simon Watson (unattached); 5 Alan Dunlop (unattached).
* A list of the scope of prescribed procedures carried out in unattached operating theatre units is summarised in Table I.
Use the voltmeter to measure the electric current created by the lemons: Touch the red wire to the unattached penny and the black wire to the unattached paper clip.
KEY SPECS: The 2 mm latch houses crimp-to-wire systems, enabling discrete wiring to be attached and unattached to the PCB with an audible click.
He was 45 seconds clear of Energy CC's Chris Purt with unattached Gareth Williams also under 16 mins in third.
SCOTLAND: (all Dale Devils unless stated): W Lawson, G Beaton, D McAllan (unattached, captain), S Stoddart, B Scott, A Tully, A McKinna
It's more about beauty than anything," says the currently unattached McGinley, whose good-looking but not flawless circle of friends is ever eager to perform for the camera.
Lesbianism, for example, was never criminalized because it involved no threat from unattached males to the family or the wider social order, and also no illicit penetration with its connotations of danger.
Feminism unattached to the Church will lead to superstition and idol worship, just as secular social feminism has become a menace on both the natural and supernatural level of societies everywhere, as for example their assault on the family.
Most Internet prospects are unattached and uncommitted, because they're early shoppers.
Butterfly's style is surefire jackhammering, pelting floor jams that seemed to show a pair of black shoes shooting across the stage unattached to a body.
And boss Patricia Cowley said yesterday: "The only qualification is that ladies are unattached.