inedited


Related to inedited: inundated, unedited

in·ed·it·ed

 (ĭn-ĕd′ĭ-tĭd)
adj.
1. Not edited.
2. Not published.

inedited

(ɪnˈɛdɪtɪd)
adj
1. not edited
2. (Journalism & Publishing) not published
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The research approach draws upon mainly inedited and still unknown archival sources: cross-border correspondences, publicistic activities of protagonists, exile literature, and regional to cross-border constitutional journalism in leading public media.
His repertoire has ranged from Machiavelli to modern playwrights such as Jarry, Nicolaj, and Dario Fo; at the same time, his mission is to bring to the stage original inedited works by new playwrights, making use of the talents of young people in all aspects of production (e.
3) Libuse Valentova, Inedited interview in "Literary Romania", no.
Gliddon, Types of Mankind, or, Ethnological Researches based upon Ancient Monuments, Paintings, Sculptures, and Crania of Races, and upon their Natural, Geographical, Philological and Biblical History: Illustrated by Selections from the Inedited Papers of Samuel George Morton, MDF.
His role requires creativity because of the high possibility to confront with inedited situations.
Newertheless, comparatively with (17), the generalisation (26) does not bring supplementary and inedited features regarding the conformability of observables [L.
As documented in the hitherto inedited manuscript Plantae Samaipatenses, the Bohemian botanist Thaddeus P.
18) Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Hitherto Unpublished Poems and Stories with an Inedited Autobiography, ed.
Characterized by wide reading and the use of fresh primary materials excavated through admirable archival searching, the author brings forward his findings in two distinct chapters that follow on early chapters dedicated to thematic historiography and a setting of stages, the author turning in chapters three and four to what is new and previously inedited.
A 1538 Italian version by Annibale Caro remained inedited.
The texts are printed in parallel, a reasonable editorial principle since none of the seven manuscripts is complete, and though one of the very worst was put into print by an editor who did not identify the text which he was editing, the most important fragments were previously inedited.