uncaught


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uncaught

(ʌnˈkɔːt)
adj
not caught or captured
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A similar submersible-based study suggested dredge-induced damage and mortality for uncaught scallops was less than 5% on sandy substrate in the mid-Atlantic (Murawski & Serchuk 1989).
His hack involves a piece of JavaScript that reroutes uncaught exceptions to a local node JavaScript web server.
A wordless story featuring a little sailing boat as Cat casts out his line to catch a fish in a busy, healthy ocean, but when a big, smoking trawler casts its mighty net, no fish is left uncaught.
Aught of real perfection, or the solution of any deep problem, or any completed statement of the moral, the true, the beautiful, eludes the greatest, deftest poet--flies away like an always uncaught bird.
After the imprisonment of the Lebanese officials, the Lebanese MPs reunited at the residence of the speaker of parliament, Sabri Hamade, and assigned the two uncaught ministers Emir Majid Arslan and Habib Abou Chahla to carry out the functions of the government.
The scrambler bike yobs remained uncaught yesterday, despite a high-speed pursuit by police as the gang headed towards Liverpool following the incident.
Yet when it comes to crime detection, the political cost of interpretability, measured in crimes unprevented and criminals uncaught, may well be quite high, thus making a black box ASA a far more attractive option.
His weekly introductions to the TV shows, most of them scripted by Jimmy Allardice, were meant to play up to this image as well as to provide a way of ironically moralizing a great many of the episodes which would otherwise have fallen foul of network and sponsors by showing murderers and other criminals too sympathetically, or allowing them to escape uncaught and unpunished.
With one delivery left in his first six-over burst he had conceded 28 runs and drawn a single meaningful edge that went uncaught.
Conditions are perfect for disorientation and a single bad decision can easily go uncaught.
Gaggles of sorority girls flat on their backs, absorbing sunlight, impervious to the proximity of the uncaught Frisbee, the tornadoes of kicked-up sand, the sky, the day, aware only of the glow of their serene radiance.
If the catcher fails to catch the ball, the batter runs for first base, just as if a batted ball had gone uncaught.