unequipped


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unequipped

(ˌʌnɪˈkwɪpt)
adj
not furnished with the necessary supplies, abilities, etc
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Adj.1.unequipped - without necessary physical or intellectual equipment; "guerrillas unequipped for a pitched battle"; "unequipped for jobs in a modern technological society"
equipped, equipt - provided or fitted out with what is necessary or useful or appropriate; "a well equipped playground"; "a ship equipped with every mechanical aid to navigation"
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If I had told Sandy I had seen a wagon, uninfluenced by enchantment, spin along fifty miles an hour; had seen a man, unequipped with magic powers, get into a basket and soar out of sight among the clouds; and had listened, without any necromancer's help, to the conversation of a person who was several hundred miles away, Sandy would not merely have supposed me to be crazy, she would have thought she knew it.
But the camera never examines her hands, and the movie is mercifully unequipped with Smell-O-Vision.
New Technologies -- Throughout the course of this year, we introduced a series of innovative technologies that have greatly enhanced our core intellectual property base, allowed us to streamline our project logistics and take on projects that other companies have been unequipped to handle.
The misleading pictures and rhetoric will likely be absorbed by many young minds, unequipped as they are to tell truth from lies.
Other physicians feel unequipped to evaluate alternative technologies and assess the impact on their workflow.
16 /PRNewswire/ -- While there's nothing like a nice road trip to bring the family together and explore various regions of the country, planning the trip can be overwhelming for travelers unequipped with the most up-to-date information available.
At the same time, the addition of Fujitsu resources, such as a footprint spanning North America, as well as manpower, experience and multi-vendor equipment support, allows smaller minority, woman, disabled veteran-owned business enterprises to accept large-scale projects they were unequipped to handle in the past.
We believe we will continue to see deployment expansion within our customer base and increased adoption by unequipped forces.
According to Analysys, operators need to evaluate the capabilities of their existing prepaid charging systems, many of which are unequipped to deal with the range of new requirements that mobile data and content services bring.
Visitors flooded the site, which was unequipped to handle the unexpected traffic volume, and the host servers crashed at 1:14 p.
McCurley, the immediate past-president of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and a veteran of hundreds of high-dollar divorces, says devotion to work doesn't need to cause a marital divide, but couples are usually unequipped to break the patterns of negative behavior they learn over several years in a marriage.
And it is unfair for our firefighters to be unequipped and inadequately staffed to save lives, including their own.