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unrestrained

(ŭn″rĕ-strānd′)
In emergency medicine, not restrained or secured in place. It is used to describe passengers in motor vehicle crashes who are not wearing safety belts or who are not placed in child safety seats.
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A recall notice said: "Since the 2009 product introduction, over 30 infant fatalities have occurred in Rock 'n Play Sleepers, after the infants rolled over while unrestrained, or under other circumstances."
Researchers said the results underscore the need for primary seat belt laws, which allow police officers to stop and cite any individual for being unrestrained, regardless of any other safety violations.
In Stroop effect condition, reaction time in restrained eaters is more than that of unrestrained eaters.
Beijing [China], Feb 11 ( ANI ): China, in recent times, has faced scepticism over its pledges to wage a "war on pollution" and end the unrestrained burning of coal in the country.
'A major part of the problem of the states has to do with poor governance variables: low levels or absence of accountability and the unrestrained powers of governors who have emasculated the capacities of state legislative assemblies, political parties, traditional institutions and civil society organisations to check and balance them.
The photo shows an empty car seat in the front of a vehicle, with officers saying that they found a two-year-old sat in the back seat "totally unrestrained".
WASHINGTON, Jan 12 (KUNA) -- The United States spoke out late on Thursday against Israeli plans to build 1,100 settlements in the occupied West Bank, saying "unrestrained settlement activity does not help advance peace." President Donald Trump has made clear, while the existence of settlements are not in themselves an impediment to peace, further unrestrained settlement activity does not help advance peace, said Undersecretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs Steve Goldstein, responding to media queries on the decision to build homes in 22 settlements in the West Bank, illegal under international law.
Request for qualifications: this project is a job order contract, consist of providing an expeditious means to install new potable and non-potable water mains, as well as replace and repair existing potable and non-potable water mains and provide water main repairs and on an emergency basis including modifications to existing water mains, construction of new potable water mains restrained and unrestrained, construction of new non-potable (reclaimed) water mains restrained and unrestrained, upgrades of existing potable water mains, etc.
Those parents who already were buckling up kids appear most likely to switch to safety seats, leaving the same number of kids unrestrained.
Among those who died, 48% were unrestrained by a seat belt (or an age- and size-appropriate car seat or booster seat for younger children) at the time of the crash, whereas only 14% of 38,152 passenger vehicle occupants who survived a crash where at least one person died were unrestrained (1).
"This kind of behaviour can kill." A serious risk can come from unrestrained pets in cars which could distract the person driving - or, in the event of a crash, harm occupants.
The unrestrained dissemination of fliers and other advertising material will be regulated by parliament before it disbands ahead of May's legislative elections, it was announced on Wednesday.