(1) NAFTA's authors had assumed that eliminating restrictions on the movement of capital and goods would, by dint of the market's magic, lead to unalloyed prosperity.(2) The theme is pure, unalloyed loving devotion to Krishna.(3) First came copper, used in an unalloyed form, and then the superior alloy of copper and tin known as bronze.(4) Paik somehow creates a population without an anecdotal center, with the voices and all other sounds so naturally, easily, visibly absent as to yield an unalloyed and relaxed attention.(5) For pure, unalloyed managerial anger, not manufactured, we need look no further than Graeme Souness.(6) He is the individual many of us would like to be if we could only shake off our obligations and responsibilities to others, if we could only act on the unalloyed imperatives of our notably selfish genes.(7) Parish schools - and by this I mean the thousands of elementary schools administered by churches across the country - remain in many eyes an unalloyed good.(8) Tungsten, which is unalloyed , is unlikely to cause allergic reactions.(9) This procedure is applicable to both unalloyed and alloyed titanium.(10) The effects of tempering on the hardness of alloyed and unalloyed malleable irons illustrate the beneficial effects of alloying on as-quenched hardness and stability at elevated temperatures.(11) I would like to say a word on behalf of Idleness - pure, unadulterated indolence, unalloyed by even the slightest tinge of Purpose or Usefulness.(12) Ironically, it is Spiro's unalloyed internationalism, not the New Sovereigntism, that is likely to foster U.S. rejection of international law.(13) And the economy moved from a mixture of cotton planting and subsistence farming to the unalloyed growing, buying, and selling of cotton.(14) By the time environmentalism became a political force in the 1970s, dams were no longer considered an unalloyed public good.(15) Welds in unalloyed titanium grades 1, 2 and 3 do not require post-weld treatment unless the material will be highly stressed in a strongly reducing atmosphere(16) Tin gives the alloy the ability to wet and bond with metals such as steel and copper; unalloyed lead has poor wetting characteristics.