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  • s  proceeding from natural feeling or impulse without external stimulus

  • Then, unprompted, he takes the argument a step further: "There are some good things about outsourcing.
  • But Thursday's campus violence was the first spontaneous outburst unprompted by political leaders and that underlined just how poisonous relations between Lebanon's Sunnis and .
  • Romney ruminated on Hitler's scientific achievements unprompted, in a Q A about energy policy.
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    The red stage curtains parted at The Egg, and the five-piece vocal ensemble cracked open their show with a gangbuster version of the Swedish House Mafia's "Save the World," with lead vocalist Scott Hoying stepping into the spotlight as the audience clapped along unprompted. Pentatonix doesn't get much – if any – airplay on the big commercial radio stations, but thanks to the faithful "Glee ...
    July 26, 2013 - Albany Times Union

  • David Miliband in guardian.co.uk
    Miliband said the case was referred to the attorney general, Lady Scotland, by MI6 on its own initiative, "unprompted by any accusation against the service or the individual concerned". "It is for the police to investigate. The government...
  • Barack Obama in Minneapolis Star Tribune
    Obama responded that Lewis had made the statement "unprompted by my campaign" because he was troubled by what he was hearing. "In which all the public reports indicated that people were shouting, when my name came up, things like 'terrorist'...
  • John Bolton in WorldNetDaily
    Asked if he believes an Obama presidency will be dangerous for the US as far as the Middle East is concerned, Bolton replied: "Yes. I think so. Although his views seem to change fairly rapidly, if you look at what he says unprompted in response to...

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