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unroot

To restore factory defaults to a rooted (jailbroken) device. See jailbreaking.
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Pakistan's mainstream political parties are categorically unrooted. They have no organised ties to any social group.
I wondered why there is so often this tension bet- ween "how advertising is" and "how the theorists would like it" -- why are we so keen for there to be rules and how come so many of the rules are unrooted in empiri- cal evidence?
The young architect, urban designer and illustrator is exhibiting a series of works under the title "Mental Landscapes." Among them is a small sketch entitled "Unrooted," in which Bastormagi has outlined the distinctive clock tower in black ink, filling in the body with garish colors.
These religiously defined states refuted the standard narrative of nationalism based on shared ethnic identity, culture, and deep roots in a particular geographic region, leading to the creation of "unrooted" states that many continue to view as artificial creations.
Free association and the constant flow from one thought to the next forms the narrative structure of this film and are relevant to Deleuze and Guattari's term "rhizome." This concept connotes the unrooted and fluid nature of the brain as well as society (Charles Lemert, Social theory, Vol.
The data is equivalent to an unrooted tree, which is equivalent to a set of unrooted trees.
What we can see clearly in his shadow is that Israel sits small and unrooted, with guns and steel but no authenticity and no native song.
In the months leading up to Ruthie's death Rod begins to see what he has missed in living the life unrooted. Friends, neighbors, extended family, even strangers give deeply of their resources and their time to help Ruthie and her family.
For if Kubrick's film is often understood as an allegory for an irrepressible past, Room 237 is haunted by these other voices of reception--those different models for discourse, once alive but now wandering through the halls, unrooted and homeless, seeming every bit as elusive, half forgotten, and yet intrusive as the stuff of shining.
"It is essentially a huge theme in my life because I was so unrooted." Her younger years were spent being passed between various family members in Kuwait and Jordan; at 10, she was taken to Jerusalem but ended up in an orphanage.
Bundles of rooted or unrooted rod whips 4-10ft long, depending on the variety, can be bought by post.