unattributable


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Adj.1.unattributable - not attributable
attributable - capable of being attributed; "the collapse of the movement was attributable to a lack of morale"; "an idea attributable to a Russian"
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unattributable

[ˈʌnəˈtrɪbjʊtəbl] ADJde fuente que no se puede confirmar
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Till such time that the UN is able to codify a set of universally accepted norms, cyberwarfare will remain plausibly deniable, unattributable, non-lethal and can go almost completely unpunished.
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The amendments will also propose that there should be no time limit on the period after leaving the force that a retired officer can be investigated for misconduct, and a ban on unattributable briefings to the media by police about investigations.
He is also calling for a ban on unattributable briefings by police to the media and wants to prevent police staff being hired onto the executive of watchdog the IPCC.
Harris et al described the case of a patient with preexisting contralateral hearing loss whose hearing declined at a slow rate unattributable to any other etiology over a course of 2.
The spike is as yet unattributable to any specific cause, according to the CDC.
The report has attributed 62 percent of the casualties to the Taliban and other insurgent groups, 17 percent were blamed on security forces while the rest 21 percent of casualties were unattributable or caused by explosive remnants of past wars.