unassimilated

unassimilated

(ˌʌnəˈsɪmɪleɪtɪd)
adj
1. not adjusted or brought into harmony
2. not absorbed and incorporated
3. (Physiology) physiol not absorbed and incorporated into bodily tissues
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Less security adept and savvy nations with populations containing unassimilated and un-integrated ethnic minorities with uncertain allegiances to the host nation's ethos, laws, governing bodies and language have particularly challenging internal security dilemmas.
The long-standing political problems in contemporary France--unsolved economic weaknesses, terrorist attacks, unassimilated immigration, uncertain moral and civic education, and mutual distrust between the elites and the people--won't disappear overnight.
If there were such a wave, France - with a sluggish economy, a large population of unassimilated immigrants and a recent history of Europe's most vicious terrorist attacks - could expect to be inundated by it.
In order to remind us that we are reading from an unassimilated point of view--that is, from the point of view of an Anglo-Saxon who has refused to incorporate French--Kingsnorth has restricted himself, wherever possible, to the words, sounds, punctuation, and orthography of pre-conquest England.
The contract has as its object the performance of separate collection services with the methodology brings home-port, transport and recovery / disposal of municipal solid waste and similar to urban products in the municipalities of Gonnostramatza, Masullas, Mogoro, Pompu, Siris, collection and transport of waste also unassimilated specified in the tender, bulky and green waste collection, street sweeping of the main streets of the town of Mogoro territory, management and direction baskets and containers for separate waste collection (waste identified as former RUP), municipal management dell~ecocentro Mogoro, other related services detailed in the Special Tender Specifications.
This was the animus that drove the intelligentsia's search for allies, first with the "proletariat" and eventually with unassimilated minorities of all kinds.
An insecure man uncomfortable with his Indian name of Arvind handily adopts his preconceived Abulkasem player persona when trying to pick up a woman of Kurdish descent who we later discover struggles with others' limited perceptions of her as alternately a victim of circumstance/repression, object of desire, and unassimilated foreigner in need of instruction.
What are we to do, moreover, with the myriad sources that surface, resurface, and circulate in her art, and that remain largely unassimilated in the critical record?
Contrary to the commonly held misperception that it was the unassimilated barbarians who brought down old Rome, Belloc, in Europe and the Faith, explains in detail that it was really the immigrants within the Roman boundaries who helped prolong the life of the empire.
Companion studies of the relationship between politics and the foodfields of unassimilated regions would make fine topics of investigation for scholars in anthropology, geography, political science, communication, and food studies.
But the struggle is not over, and we still have too many people unemployed, too many people living in substandard, overpopulated housing, too many people remaining unassimilated in ethnic, linguistic, and cultural ghettos.